Storing Session Data in WordPress without $_SESSION

The term Session in web development refers to a general method of storing semi-permanent data, such as user logins, user interactions, ecommerce shopping carts, and many other examples. PHP has a system called $_SESSION, which is exceptionally simple to use, but has same major draw backs, including security issues, and intermittent  support across server environments. A few months…

Test Your Plugins with RTL

Right-To-Left languages are those that start on the right and move to the left, in terms of word order and letters. By default, WordPress runs in Left-To-Right mode, but there are thousands and thousands of WordPress users that read RTL. One of the points that most WordPress plugin developers fail on is testing and ensuring…

User Follow System – Part 5

This part of the User Follow System tutorial series will focus on writing the necessary javascript for trigger the follow/unfollow actions. When a follow or unfollow link is clicked, the javascript will trigger an ajax action that then talks to the server and tells it which user is being followed or unfollowed, and which user…

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