A cool site with some great tips for WordPress admins, WPSimplehack.com mentioned our plugin in one of their posts. Thanks!
Another great article from WPBeginner.com
This plugin allows you to enter an email in a form, and automatically register and signon the user.
General Chicken answers a question from Quora.
BDD is the best way to communicate business requirements from stakeholders to developers. General Chicken explains what BDD is from a business POV.
This is a plugin I made in response to a Quora post.
I made a plugin for this, in response to this Quora question.
Randomize Main Loop Order
Plugin on Github: JohnDeeBDD/WP-Random-Order-Main-Loop
Just download the .zip from github, then upload it to your site. Let me know if there are any issues.
This plugin adds WordPress CSS to PHP errors.
A feature from the biz perspective
What is a feature?
A feature is an aspect of software that is useful. Anything you can express, that is possible, and that you can afford, can be a feature. A bug is an aspect of software that isn’t useful.
Since we’re talking about development, we’re discussing software features that don’t exist yet. These are features that we would like to build, or existing features that we would like to make better. Describe a feature with should statements:
- It should email all the clients once a month.
- The client should have a setting page in the admin area.
- The plugin should have a custom post type called GPS coordinates for each subscriber.
- The div should show a timeline of Civil War battles in the footer area.
The next statement you should create is the reason for the feature you are requesting. What is the business value of this feature? Describe the reason by using a “Because”, or “So that” or “In or that”
- So that the clients are routinely updated.
- In order that the user can change the settings.
- Because we need to store the GPS data.
Alternatively, you can use Gherkin syntax for feature development.