Pingback vs Webmentions

In 2002, WordPress created ‘Pingback’ system. It looked like this:   Website A posts a new entry on its blog. Website B responds to that blog post with its own post and links to the post on Website A. The Pingback system then notifies Website A that Website B wrote about and linked to its… Continue reading Pingback vs Webmentions

Add javascript to WordPress

using $ instead of jquery in wordpress including-jquery-in-wordpress-the-right-way/ javascript-for-wordpress-people custom-jquery-plugin jquery & ajax wp_enqueue_script YouTube: Adding a JavaScript File to WP #7 Adding A JavaScript File to WP #8 Use an anonymous function to run jquery (function($) // $ Works! You can test it with next line if you like // console.log($); })( jQuery… Continue reading Add javascript to WordPress


I start by giving myself permission to blog. About what you say? Well, I am interested in WordPress and code and the new direction using more javascript. As Matt Mullenweg stated in the State of the Word at WCUS in Dec 2015, “Learn JavaScript, deeply.”  

WordPress Resources at SiteGround

A Cheerful Headline ordPress is an award-winning web software, used by millions of webmasters worldwide for building their website or blog. SiteGround is proud to host this particular WordPress installation and provide users with multiple resources to facilitate the management of their WP websites: Expert WordPress Hosting SiteGround provides superior WordPress hosting focused on speed,… Continue reading WordPress Resources at SiteGround