In part one, I showed you how to talk to the Twitter API, get the tweets, and count them. In this post, I’m going to show you how to handle those popular posts with 100+ tweet shares, we’re going to loop over (or paginate) the … Read More The post DIY: Twitter Share Counts (Part 2) appeared first on WebDevStudios.com.
From time to time, you may get clients that want share counts to be displayed on their site. There are indeed SAAS (software as a service) services out there that do this for you, but what if a third party isn’t possible? Since Twitter dropped their JSON … Read More The post DIY: Twitter Share Counts (Part 1) appeared first on WebDevStudios.com.
Most developers know of the common WP_DEBUG in the config file, but some don’t know there are way more possibilities with WordPress and PHP in general. In this article, I’m going to show you some tips and tricks that I use when debugging WordPress plugins and themes. The … Read More The post Debugging WordPress Tips and Snippets appeared first on WebDevStudios.com.
We’ve all heard about it, and we’ve all had to deal with it: Missed posts! It’s especially painful if you depend on your post content to get out on time, or worse, if you’re scheduling your posts to a social media outlet of some sort! … Read More The post Let’s Talk Cron appeared first on WebDevStudios.com.
If there is one thing I really love to do, it’s migrations. While the requirements for a migration vary from project to project, the purpose is generally the same: Get data from point A to point B in a reasonable amount of time, and automate … Read More The post Lesson Learned: PHP Memory Limits appeared first on WebDevStudios.com.
As every newbie knows, when you’re starting out it’s much easier to download or purchase a theme or plugin than to make your own. However, as you grow into WordPress, you find these ‘commercial’ themes/plugins cumbersome to edit or extend. In this post, I’ll show … Read More The post Making Developer-Friendly Themes and Plugins appeared first on WebDevStudios.com.