A rather frustrating bug that I became aware of when generating navigational menus for custom post types using wp_list_pages(). The list entries aren’t decorated with useful classes denoting the current item, the parent item, and ancestor(s). Read about the issue here.
Writing code is like writing poetry – do it right or you’ll end up in some anthology of shame.
This guide will show you how you might create a gallery layout with “cards” of fixed widths and variable height.
So Yoast’s Google Analytics for WordPress plugin has a somewhat annoying “bug”, or oversight rather, where it rewrites relative link URLS to full URLs, including anchors. For example, <a href="#anchor"> becomes <a href="https://planetjon.ca/blah/#anchor">. There is more information about this on the wordpress forums.
A workaround for binding to the intended static scope without using the static:: operator introduced in PHP 5.3
Cutting straight to the point, here’s a quick way with PHP for removing empty values from an array and shifting the indices appropriately. Nothing too fancy but I found it useful at work and figure that I might as well share the tip.
Do you know what happens when you add a KeyListener to JFrame to capture global keystrokes? Nothing. Much to my frustration, I discovered recently that KeyEvents are not bubbled up through the JComponent hierarchy by default. The only component that consumes the event is the one currently focused.