Writing WordPress plugins and themes is my kind of fun, really. Adhering to the WordPress PHP Coding Standards while doing that is not only even more fun but also helps “…maintain a consistent style so the code can become clean and easy to read at a glance”.
Here is how I managed to get automated tests against the WordPress coding standards up and running on a Mac using Homebrew and Git. Continue reading “Fun with WordPress PHP Coding Standards in Sublime Text”
- Log in to your Adobe account.
- Click “Cancel Account”.
- Ah outside of the US you need to contact support to cancel your account WTF?
- Click through several steps to be able to view your contact options.
- Log in again.
- Chat currently closed, although it is within office hours.
- Let’s call support…
- Line is dead, no answer.
- One last support method is mentioned: “Ask our community”. Yeah right.
- Try again tomorrow.
More about: dark patterns.
The Custom Meta Boxes plugin by Human Made provides a Taxonomy Select Field. In stead of adding the post to the selected term as one might expect, the plugin saves the term id in a custom field. Let’s “fix” that. Continue reading “Save a Taxonomy Select Field as a term for a post”
Note to self:
Clone git repository with its submodules:
git clone mycoolgitrepo --recursive
Dang it, forgot the
git submodule update --init --recursive
Via Stack Overflow, of course.
I recently bought a Macbook Air with OS X Yosemite installed and tried to using my spare Wacom Sapphire CTE-430 tablet with it. Wacom unfortunately does not support older tablets. At least not explicitly. As it turns out you can use an older driver to get the tablet up and running. Continue reading “Using a Wacom CTE-430 Sapphire Tablet with OS X Yosemite”