I’ve been using Vim registers a lot more recently. This post is my cheat-sheet for how registers work in Vim and a few useful actions:
I am finding wp-cli increasingly useful. For those who haven’t come across it before—as the name suggests—it is a command line interface for WordPress. This in itself is fairly useful as a standalone tool for blog management (just run
wp to see the possibilities!). For developers it also has a handy feature for bootstrapping plugin unit tests.
Prior to a trip earlier this year to the Isle of Wight I’d come across Rapanui. They’re a clothing brand that have some inspirational business values; acting in a sustainable way, using recycled material and supporting the economy around where their business is based. As if that isn’t cool enough, they also have a whole API for making t-shirts!
Stylesheets are those sort of files which often seem to get sloppy quite quickly. Compared to other files in a web project these perhaps don’t get much attention after the initial build. The temptation is to just make a quick edit, check your change works, then save and get out of there. Perhaps the problem is the lack of structure compared to a fully fledged application file.
I really recommend building a WordPress theme from scratch at least once if you plan on getting in to WordPress development.