I primarily develop in WordPress and the best part I’ve found about WordPress is the large and amazing community around it. People in the WordPress community genuinely care about each other and teaching others new and cool things. And the best place where this happens is at local WordPress conferences called WordCamps. I’ve been to three WordCamps so far, and I’ve walked away from each inspired and motivated to be a better developer. So if you’re getting into web development, I challenge you to go to your local WordCamp this year.
Learning PHP – Part Two: Loops, Conditionals and Functions
Now we know how to create a webpage and style it, so let’s move on to adding dynamic content to the page. And we do that with PHP, or PHP Hypertext Processor. This is how you can grab data from files or a database, loop through the data and display it in any way possible. […]