Yeah, the title is linkbait. Get over it.
So my wife wanted to print some coupons from Target.com today. She’s been using the Chromebook a lot lately .
So it’s not too uncommon a request for her to ask me to print something. Neither one of us had set up Google Cloud Print, and I was using the desktop, which is wired to the printer.
So I went to target.com, checked the coupons
she I we wanted to print, and clicked “Print Coupons”. This is what I saw (green emphasis mine):
First snow of the season today, so we had chocolate pecan pie and hot drinks after dinner. Elizabeth and her mom had hot buttered rum and I had a hot toddy (pictured).
I have decided that I will no longer be supporting or actively developing Custom Post Permalinks. Part of me regrets releasing this plugin in the first place. The problem with making a really simple to use plugin that extends a really really hard to understand API is that people who don’t know what they’re doing will be encouraged to act as if they do.
If I had a dollar for every time somebody tried to give their CPT top level permalinks (just like pages) and then claimed my plugin broke their site, I wouldn’t have to pay for coffee for at least a month.
The plugin didn’t break your site. You did.
Anyway, I have no time to spend on support requests; I will not be maintaining the plugin or updating it in the future. Family life and work are both keeping me too busy for that.
If you’re interested in taking over the repo for the plugin, let me know in the comments.
WordPress is a large application. According to Westi’s XREF of trunk, WordPress defines 188 classes, 3840 functions, and 302 constants (since the xref counts variables of all scopes, I’m not including them here). For comparison, depending on your version of PHP, there are anywhere from 2-4 thousand native functions in the language. With so many functions, WordPress is bound to have some really cool ones floating around; and unless you either read core or are active on trac and/or #wordpress-dev, you might not have seen these before.
Wow, this is the first post in a long time… sorry about that.
I’ve been doing a lot of fun things with taxonomies lately. I can’t go into too much detail here, but for the time being, I’ll leave you with my latest and favorite recent use of taxonomies: the picture here is of the drawers I got in the office today. Continue Reading