Matt Mullenweg on the future of WordPress

Yesterday Matt Mullenweg wrote: “There are three main focuses this year: the REST API, the editor, and the customizer. For the REST API we’re going to work on getting first party wp-admin usage of the new endpoints, and hopefully replace all of the core places where we still use admin-ajax. The editor will endeavour to… Continue reading Matt Mullenweg on the future of WordPress

Better PDF support

In this blogpost by Mike Schroder you can see, that WordPress will have better PDF support from WP 4.7. However, the PDF support needs several dependencies: Core support is provided through WP_Image_Editor_Imagick and requires Imagick, ImageMagick, and Ghostscript support. When not supported, or if the generation fails, WordPress falls back to previous behavior and saves the attachment without adding image previews to… Continue reading Better PDF support

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Research WordPress – the Official Launch

So the project is launched on our webpage ( http://eaaa.dk ). For now the text is only available in danish. A very short resume: The business needs people with solid WordPress knowledge. Many businesses use WordPress as their prime sales or communication channel – what kind of knowledge do you need  in order to meet tomorrow’s challenges… Continue reading Research WordPress – the Official Launch

Torberg: LMS built on top-down approach

By reflecting the hierarchical organizational structures of universities, the LMS built on a strict top-down approach, giving absolute administrative control to technical specialists in an IT-department, while giving less control to the teachers. (Vladimir Torberg et al. “Sustaining Teacher Control in a Blog-Based Personal Learning Evironment” 2013) This quote is spot on. To this day… Continue reading Torberg: LMS built on top-down approach

Two lines of CSS

When I realized that two days of work could be done with two lines of CSS, I decided at that moment that I would never make Photoshop templates again. (Stephen Hay: “Responsive Design Workflow” New Riders 2013: 10)

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What’s important in code

So your code works as intended. So far so good, but: – Do you know why? Per Thykjær Jensen (2016)