While working on a custom navigation using WP_Query and has_post_thumbnail for an icon I ran into an accessibility concern. By default, the_post_thumbnail will not display an alt tag when rendered in the browser. In the following code snippet I add an alt tag using the image file’s title. In short the code above starts with […]
After writing my previous post where I alphabetize all categories site wide except the ‘news-events’ slug it seemed appropriate to do the same thing as a very simplified plugin. Everything from that post remains the same except I’ve added a plugin header to provide information to WordPress about the plugin.
This week I had an interesting challenge. To order all posts within a website alphabetically for a college course directory. Additionally, the News & Events category would need to remain organized by newest to oldest.
This is the home for my Twenty Seventeen Child Theme featured in my talk Dipping into Child Themes.
Theme development looks complicated but it doesn’t have to be. WordPress Child Themes give you the power to progressively enhance a theme and adapt it to suit your needs.