I wanted to remove the home/dashboard menu item in the Woocommerce my account dashboard and found a great snippet to redirect the visitors from the dashboard to another page upon arrival. This way both the menu item is gone and the page is inaccessible. I found the snippet on Misha Rudrastyh‘s website, in the following […]
A while back I wanted to show/hide a box on my website based on the location of the visitor. There’s a couple of options to get the user location: Use an API which you send the IP address to and get a location back (find services by googling “geolocation ip address api”) Ask for the […]
As the WordPress Plugin and Theme repositories are growing the names of custom plugins and themes are running out. What if you create a theme or plugin with a name that’s already used in the WordPress repository? In that case, WordPress will ask you to update it, and that could lead to disastrous events. Since […]
Lately I’ve seen errors in my local development environments: This causes my database container to get stuck in a restarting loop. The fix? Downgrade the mariadb version! The database part of docker compose was configured like this: The version used on my system is mariadb 10.8.3, apparently that version can cause issues like this. After […]
Ever find yourself in a spot where you need to integrate work from another branch into your current branch? Well.. I was surprised to find out it’s much easier than I expected! It’s literally nothing more than the command below Thought I’d share this little snippet with all of you, Happy developing!
Here’s an quick and easy SQL query for finding the tables that take most space in your database. Running a WordPress website? Want to run it in WP CLI? Then use it like:
To quickly debug something, or temporarily show the data object during development, just to know what you’re working with, it comes in handy to print the full JSON object. Not as a string that’s almost impossible to read, but as a well formatted array. We’ve got a neat little one-liner for that, which I’ll share […]
When working with the WordPress REST API we sometimes have to update custom post meta for a (custom post type) post. In my case, I am using the available REST endpoints but I did want to add some extra data to the GET request, and wanted to make it possible to update that data as […]