I was working on an integration with Stripe payment processing gateway. The integration required that we retrieve prior payments from a customer and display them on the website. When Stripe returns the customer’s payment information, it also sends the currency that the payment was made in. However, it only sends the three digit currency code […]
WordPress Plugin Development
Recently I set up a demo site for one of my plugins (Conditional Woo Checkout Field Pro). On the demo site I am using Ninja Demo, which is a great plugin for letting potential customers spin up quick preconfigured demo sites to try out a plugin. The plugin has a few steps I wanted to […]
There are a lot of plugins that include some sort of select/option drop-down menu. Some of these plugins only have a handful of options to choose from, so leaving them as a pull-down menu is probably fine. Other plugins can potentially have a lot of options (think of a list of site users, posts, or […]
Create hooks for your WordPress plugin to allow other developers to add on and extend your plugin’s core functionality with their own functions.
I have been selling an Add-In for Microsoft Excel on another website for a number of years now. It has sold OK and recently has been selling quite a bit. I never really invested the time or effort to create any sort of licensing function with it, so pretty much whenever someone purchased it they […]