Use PHP to easily and quickly modify block editor features, with a solid example.
Adding read only fields to multi-part forms in Gravity Forms by enqueuing JS instead of echoing it straight onto the page.
Get to know the features of theme.json and how to start using it in your WordPress theme.
During one of my projects, I needed a list of all registered block patterns. So I created this handy function […]
“Has anyone figured out how to remove a default alignment on a core block? For example, Media & Text defaults […]
Earlier this year, I figured out a nice and clean way to include the TinyMCE editor in the WordPress Customizer. […]
Adding a custom colour palette to the Block Editor (Gutenberg) is fairly simple to do, here’s how.
Skip right to the solution I encountered a really annoying problem last week while doing a small project for an […]
Over at Wanderoak, we build component based websites (which means the Gutenberg transition is comparatively easier for us!). There’s often […]
ACF is coming out with more powerful conditional logic, which is awesome! I don’t know yet ALL of what it […]