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June 8, 2016 • WordPress Hosting

The Value of WordPress Hosting

Every business that gets started within the market has the same opportunity to become successful, this is part of what makes competition so great. However, the best businesses are going to rise to the top and the others will quickly find themselves sinking to the bottom of the barrel. The role of the internet has …

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June 6, 2016 • Other

Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web is not the same as writing for a printed publication. People don’t read Web pages the same way they read printed pages. They’re far more likely to scan for keywords than start at the top and read every single sentence. So make pages easy to scan by using plenty of titles …

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June 2, 2016 • WordPress

Faster AJax Calls In WordPress By Using The AjaxFlow Plugin

Is it possible to achieve faster Ajax Calls in WordPress? You bet it is possible and you can start doing it right now with very little edits to the code you already have in place. We are going to be using a little plugin called AjaxFlow to speed it up, but first let’s go over …

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May 30, 2016 • WooCommerce, WordPress

Connecting WooCommerce To Salesforce: OAuth2 Authorization

Along with learning Typescript in the fast few months, I’ve also been putting a lot of time an energy into learning Salesforce and the Apex language. So far it has been an amazing journey and my end goal for learning Salesforce is so that I can write REST APIs that would synchronize WooCommerce and Salesforce …

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March 22, 2016 • WordPress

Mastering WooCommerce Hooks: Setting Minimum And Maximum Order Quantities

I’ve been thinking about continuing my Mastering WooCommerce Hooks series here on my personal Website instead of another Website. It has been a long time since I write anything related to WooCommerce and WordPress so hopefully this series will help me do just that, about one post every week or so. This week’s article we’ll …

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February 28, 2016 • TypeScript

Learning TypeScript And Improving My Javascript Skills

Since I’ve been writing all of my PHP code for WordPress and everything else in classes and my understanding of OOP has grown exponentially, I can find many similarities between writing a class in PHP and TypeScript. If you are curious as to how I’m learning it, I’m using Plural Sight. I’ve been a member …

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January 4, 2016 • WooCommerce, WordPress

Prevent Product From Being Checked-Out Outside Of US

Happy New Year! Here is a quick snippet of code to prevent a product from being bought at your store from outside of the US or any other country you specify. Very useful in some situations and we use it often at work to do just that, preventing someone buying the product outside of the …

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November 17, 2015 • WooCommerce Memberships, WordPress

WooCommerce Memberships: Quickly Find Out If A User Has Memberships

Here is a quick tip to help find out if a particular user has any memberships. You can drop this function into your custom plugin or theme’s functions.php file

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November 14, 2015 • WooCommerce Memberships, WordPress

WooCommerce Memberships: Useful Functions To Know

If you are are just starting to work with WooCommerce Memberships and are having to do various things programatically, here are some functions that are useful to know and will make your life and job a lot easier. Retrieve User’s Memberships Retrieve a list of memberships this particular user belongs to. This function will return …

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August 24, 2015 • WordPress

Adding Custom Columns To Different Post Screens

So you want to add custom columns to different posts or pages screen, perhaps even to a custom post type and you’ve stumbled with this article after a quick search on Google. If you are wondering whether or not this is even possible, it is; and WordPress makes it really simple to add and even …

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