The first four places to check in a theme review – the error log, data handling, namespacing, and coding standards.
To first set up the shortcode and it’s TinyMCE button, see part 1 of this tutorial. Shortcake is a plugin that provides a visual preview for your shortcodes, letting you edit them without trying to remember the syntax for all the shortcode attributes in the editor. Here’s what the editor looks like with our shortcode […]
“There are two types of time in our lives: dead time, when people are passive and waiting, and alive time, when people are learning and acting and utilizing every second. Every moment of failure, every moment or situation that we did not deliberately choose or control, presents this choice: Alive time. Dead time.” -Ryan Holiday, […]
On a WordPress site, there’s often need for custom editor functionality. We’ll cover creating a shortcode to add a pull quote with a few different options. In part 1, we’ll create the shortcode and add a button to the WordPress TinyMCE editor so that the user doesn’t need to remember the shortcode to use it. […]