Custom conditional statements around your WordPress enqueued stylesheets

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You may be aware that you can add conditional statements around your WordPress enqueued CSS styles (such as <!–[if gt IE 7]><link …/><![endif]–>) to load the script for certain versions of Internet Explorer. As handy as this is, it doesn’t cater for all situations. This tutorial will show you how you can expand WordPress to add any type…

Prevent users from sharing login credentials in WordPress

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As any Information Governance expert will tell you, sharing usernames and passwords is bad! Fortunately we can boost your WordPress security with this tip. Although nothing is as good as educating your users as to why they shouldn’t be sharing their usernames and passwords, in WordPress we can certainly make it difficult for them to do…

Contributing to WordPress Core for Absolute Beginners

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At my company Make Do we only develop websites and applications with WordPress. However I have never made a submission to WordPress Core, that is, until today. This blog post details my first experience of contributing to WordPress Core, and hopefully it will provide a little help for any other budding contributors. Don’t get me wrong, at Make…

Customer Development: Getting Honest Feedback About Your Products and Services

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A couple of weeks ago I learned all about Customer Development, by attending another fantastic Founders Network event. Once again, superbly put together by Tech North. The event was delivered by co-founders of Lyst; Rob Fitzpatrick and Devin Hunt, and Rob kindly gave us a signed copy of his wonderful book ‘The Mom Test‘, which gives some wonderful insight into assessing what…