Easy Digital Downloads is the ideal WordPress eCommerce plugin for sites that distribute non-physical products like software or ebooks. You can run into a problem if your site has WebP optimised versions of your images though. Easily fixed through a filter hook.
If you use postcss-clean to drive clean-css as part of your build process, you need to pin postcss to no later than version 8.1.10 or you’ll get “TypeError: node.getIterator is not a function”.
Standard Gravity Forms notification emails are HTML emails. They don’t have a plain text part, which some spam filters flag as maybe spam. Stop this happening by making them multipart emails.
The WordPress settings API makes it easy to add shared content to a site for administrators to edit. But it would be nice to let other roles edit some settings too.
Variable fonts support several variations of a typeface from a single file. Support older browsers through progressive enhancement.
With a few simple rules, nginx can proxy all domains of a remote server.
WebP image files are typically much smaller than their JPEG and PNG originals, with virtually no loss of fidelity. But a photographic PNG with a transparency can really show how much better WebP can be.
When customers buy things through your WooCommerce shop, they can sign up to your website right there in the checkout. But if you want to control the signup process, a better option can be Gravity Forms.
When we load resources from other websites, we trust those sites to deliver something safe. Use subresource integrity to ensure authenticity.
Check for PHP version compatibility problems in WordPress plugins, with support for just a few files running in PHP 5.2.
I’m a big fan of the Login with Ajax plugin. It makes it really easy to add a nice popup login form to a website. Here’s how to make the most of it, with a little custom code.
If you want to load a script or stylesheet on both the WordPress front end and login page, here’s how to register it once and load it in the appropriate places.