Improving WordPress

Improving WordPress Part 3 – SoC & The Editor (A suggestion to Core)

If you already know all about the WordPress editor, you can skip directly to the section on separation of concern. The WordPress editor is a curious beast. It’s oddly tied down into the core codebase, despite being a completely external project (TinyMCE), and it has given rise to a significant number of hacks and workarounds, […]

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Improving WordPress Part 2 – Better Auto Excerpts and Feeds

WordPress allows most HTML in the post_content field, allowing a fair amount of flexibility for formatting post content for browsers. However, when that content needs to be presented in feeds or excerpts, it is run through a set of sanitizing filters that strips this HTML, leaving bare text. For the most part this works ok, […]

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Improving WordPress Part 1 – Pass WordPress Admin Notices Across Page Redirects

I’ve been writing a lot of WordPress plugins recently, and one task keeps popping up, that doesn’t seem to have a definitive answer in the WordPress core.  I’ll need to show a message (confirmation, success, error, notice, warning, info, etc) to a user, after redirecting them through one of the scripts used to save changes, […]

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