WordPress plugin development: Versions and updates

It is with some humility that I write this post. A recent update to EPS 301 Redirects has shed a lot of light on how to properly code your update functions, and handle version control. Because this update had some very significant updates (it’s almost a complete rewrite) it was important that the plugin update seamlessly, however… It didn’t. And here’s what I learned.

Adding a class to WordPress sub menus

Sometimes it’s a nice visual cue to differentiate Wordpress menu items with children from those without. This function below will add the class has-sub-menu to every Wordpress menu item with a submenu, and allow you to style it as you see fit!

10 crucial wordpress plugin development tips

If you’re a WordPress developer and your looking to get into plugin development – or maybe you just want to play around with some ideas – there are some important considerations when you’re releasing your plugin for public launch. I have recently released my first plugin, EPS 301 Redirects, a plugin that allows you to […]

WordPress Scheduled Tasks

Wordpress has a powerful and surprisingly simple way to schedule tasks. You can use these scheduled tasks to perform maintenance on your site, member management, event management, or any timely functionality you may need.