When you hear the word ‘sustainability’, you don’t tend to think of websites and web applications. However, the internet has an annual carbon footprint of 830m tonnes (which is 2% of all emissions, projected to double to 4% by 2020), which would place it at number 6 in the world if it were a country.
Sometimes a premium plugin isn’t the best way forward. Here’s how you can add datepicker functionality to your own custom or plugin form.
Following on from part 1, this article follows the process of using advanced custom fields to mark events as current/future or past and splitting the output into two blocks of pages.
In this article I’ll explain how to set up an events custom post type in WordPress and customise the results, before splitting the results into two blocks of pages in part 2.
This article is a follow on from Dynamic page titles in WordPress. Since title_tag was introduced in WordPress 4.1, it is now best practice to use this instead of wp_title, which will at some stage be deprecated. Here’s how you can do that.