WordPress Dev Digest December 2019

WordPress Dev Digest December 2019

In the final month of 2019 there two minor WordPress releases. Version 5.3.1 was a short-cycle maintenance release that included mostly security and bug fixes. Version 5.3.2 quickly followed to tackle some high severity issues reported after the previous release.

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WordPress: Server-side block styles

WordPress: Server-side block styles

Up until the WordPress 5.3 release you could only register custom block styles by creating a Javascript file with a call to registerBlockStyle. As of WordPress 5.3 we can achieve the same thing with a simple Php function call.

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WordPress: Add custom logo support to your theme.

WordPress: Add custom logo support to your theme.

Now I don’t want to start of negative so even though I’m not the biggest fan of the WordPress customizer and it will probably be replaced with some kind of Gutenberg implementation in the future. I’m also not a fan of changing client logo’s every time they or a designer decides it needs a update. So we’d better implement this option into the the WordPress admin and be done with it! 🙂

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Using Laravel d() and dd() helpers in WordPress

Using Laravel d() and dd() helpers in WordPress

Besides being a “WordPress enthusiast” I’m also a fan of the Laravel framework. And sometimes Laravel has some nice features that can be transported to WordPress. I already wrote an article about using Laravel-Mix with WordPress, and in this article i want to talk about the d() and dd() debugging functions.

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