Learn how to use Github to automatically deploy your WordPress theme changes based on commit.
CSRF is the most common vulnerabilities found in WordPress plugins. And Nonce (number used once) can fix that. Let's learn how!
PHP is infamous to be a messy language. And WordPress runs on PHP which inherits the same problem. Let's learn how to avoid that
Wordpress REST API is a very powerful tool with the right implementation. Learn how to create custom GET and POST request here.
Comment form in WordPress is... adequate. It does its job but has a lot of room for improvement. And our first step is implementing better formatting like Markdown.
Have you ever tried modifying the Customizer section? It is unnecessarily complex. Learn about a shortcut to simplify them here.
LOCAL is a free localhost server like WAMP, but specifically made for Wordpress. Here's a quick rundown of its Pros and Cons.
Have you seen function like add_filter() or add_action() scattered across your Theme files? They are called Hooks and we will learn what exactly those are.
There are many overlapping Date methods in PHP and WordPress. This article will show you the best way to handle Date object.
Composer is a command-line tool to manage 3rd party PHP libraries. But not many people know that it can be used for WordPress plugins and themes.