Stage two is taking all the data, shoving it back together, and splitting it out in a totally different way.
Chart.js, WordPress, and taxonomies begins with understanding the data you’re processing and saving it in a retrievable way.
Sometimes structured data exists to vex me.
Messing with Jetpack’s feedback forms for fun and management.
Handling restricted access and caching together, without going crazy.
Making a case study begins with nothing. And that is the hardest start of all.
One way to migrate post meta to it’s own post type.
Tweeting random content on the regular part 2: The Automation
Tweeting random content on the regular part 1: JSON, WP_Query, and Transients. Or not.
Changing the credits without editing a child theme is hard, but not impossible.
A repeat on some cleverly done sorting.
Tricking caching into grabbing a page with cron and wp_remote_get.