In the second part of our WordPress development tutorial series we will cover how filters work. They are very similar to actions, with a slight difference: every filter function receives an argument and returns, transformed or not, the first received argument.
This is the first in a series of WordPress development tutorials we will be publishing. The subject will be divided by topics. You will need nothing more than a WordPress previously installed on your own server and some rudimentary PHP knowledge.
WordPress today ranks as the CMS with the largest market share. From small personal blogs to large international companies websites that attract thousands of views per day. It makes plenty of sense that Media companies adhere to WordPress.
We have long wanted to launch a blog and we finally did it. If 2017 was an year full of transformations and challenges for us, next year, like the WordPress year itself, will not be different.
Performance, Security and Innovation will be keywords for next year.