Like the cool kids in the block, I too am using Vagrant in my web development workflow. Everything is fine until I need to test the sites with real mobile browsers. Since the sites I’m working on are hosted inside a virtual machine, it’s not accessible from outside of the host machine.
To stay in the business, you gotta be realistic,
but I will be idealistic for the rest of my life.
— Tony Brown
When inserting an attachment into a WordPress post, we can customize how it should be displayed. There are three settings; Alignment, Link To and Size. Here’s how we can tell WordPress to select None as the default value of Link To:
So you’re using ACF‘s repeater field to store your data and are wondering if there’s an easier way to get its value? Here’s how:
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Since version 2.9, WordPress supports custom image sizes that will be used to create thumbnails of image attachments. Adding new image sizes is pretty easy; in your theme’s functions.php file, add this block of code: