Category: WordPress

  • WordCamp Montreal slides – Catching regressions faster with automated acceptance tests

    Check out the slides here. Check out the demo plugin on https://github.com/jonathanbardo/WC-Codeception-Demo

  • Contact Widgets – A Plugin to showcase your social links & contact informations

    Building a simple but highly flexible contact & social widget that works well in the customizer is hard. This was our core philosophy while working on the version 1 of this plugin and I do hope it proves useful for many people out there. Please check out for new features and releases in the coming […]

  • If you landed here is that you probably have a keen interest in bringing a more powerful search engine into your WordPress site and you have heard about Elasticsearch, the relatively new document oriented, RESTful search server based on Lucene. There are many reasons why one uses Elasticsearch so I won’t get into much details, […]

  • Why is my site broken?

    Why is my site broken?

    If you are a WordPress developer/freelancer, I’m pretty sure you’ve heard your client say this more than once. Unfortunately, there is no core user activity log in WordPress and no easy way to tell who broke the site by modifying that “pesky” blog settings. Of course, one could remove admin privileges on the site, but […]

  • Read the original article on X-Team.com One pitfall I’ve recently encountered with Vagrant and WP-CLI was the lack of an easy way to use my local WP-CLI installation to send a command to my Vagrant box. X-Team’s Weston Ruter first developed an incredible tool called vassh, which basically removes the pain of having to manually SSH into the […]