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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WordPress: Adding widget areas to your theme’s footer.

WordPress: Adding widget areas to your theme’s footer.

In this article I will show you how you can use widgets to manage your WordPress theme’s footer area’s from within the WordPress admin. However the techniques I will show you are not limited to your footer area’s and can be applied to many different sections of your theme.

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WordPress: Laravel Mix, Sass and ES6 Modules in theme development.

WordPress: Laravel Mix, Sass and ES6 Modules in theme development.

In this tutorial/article i’m going to show you a easy to setup way to start working with Sass and ES6 modules to modernize your WordPress theme development workflow. Both Sass and ES6 Modules can make your developmet a lot easier, help you beter organize your code and in the end keep your code much more maintainable.

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  • @JavaScriptCoff1 Not exactly. But i think it would be better to just watch the video and then try and code it from memory.8 hours ago
  • @JavaScriptCoff1 Hahah. Maybe you can set it up in a codepen or codesandbox if you need more help!? :)8 hours ago
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