How do I properly use .map(), .filter() and .find() in ECMAScript 2015+?
Back in 2015, ES5 introduced .map(), .filter() and .find() methods for iterating over arrays. Yay! Cue confetti cannon. Programming has never been so easy! That all sounds great, but what does it mean? This means that you can now iterate over an…
How do I change my VVV dev site to use a new TLD?
With the release of Chrome 63 in December 2017 came extra grumbling from developers. The reason for this turmoil is because Chrome now forces https:// on any site that uses the .dev Top Level Domain (TLD)….
How do I place SVGs on a Google Map using Custom Overlays?
The Google Map API is very robust and allows you to do almost any customizations that you need to do to a map. One of the features that Google has created is Custom Overlays. A custom…
How can I use the WP-CLI in my WordPress Workflow?
If you have been in the WordPress community for any length of time, you surely have heard of the WP-CLI. If you have not heard of the WP-CLI, it is essentially a set of command line tools…
Is it possible to have a React Front End for your WordPress Site?
As of WordPress 4.7, developers are able to use what is called the WP REST API out of the box without the need for any additional plugins. The REST API takes all of your WordPress posts,…
How Can I Create Custom Titles for Advanced Custom Fields Flexible Content Blocks
Advanced Custom Fields is a great tool for creating custom content areas within WordPress sites. With the Flexible Content field type in ACF, developers are able to create layouts that can be reused and restructured from…
How can I use ScrollMagic for better scrolling animations?
Animations are becoming increasingly popular among today’s websites. One creative way to incorporate animations into your website is to have a user’s mouse scroll trigger the animations. This adds a sense of interactivity that today’s users…
How do I create a WordPress Custom Post Type (CPT) Without A Plugin?
By now, you already know that WordPress is a powerful Content Management System (CMS). But, did you know that WordPress is used by over 25.6% of all websites in the world? That’s an impressive number! Out…