Now that this site supports Webmentions, I've been having some fun digging into how I'd like them to be presented.
Update, April 28, 2019: Warning: I don't think that this works. A few days after getting this setup, HTTPS broke on a few of my sites and I had to undo this config. I haven't had enough time to poke at things, but JJJ pinged me yesterday and said he was having issues to. I hope to get back to this soon, but for now—beware! :)
I've been having fun working heavily with Gutenberg over the last several weeks. As I ran into a couple things, I started tracking them in a draft post so I could work through and publish them later.
Ok, so this is super specific and probably won’t come in handy for you. But it’s another example of how quickly you can perform a task using WP-CLI. At WSU, we currently have 58 networks configured in WordPress multisite. Global administrators are users that have been set under the site_admins option on network 1. Network administrators […]
Today I wanted to make sure a bunch of editors from one site existed as editors of a new staging site that we’re building out. Both sites exist as part of the same multisite network. Thanks to WP-CLI and xargs, this is pretty straight forward: wp user list --role=editor --url=prod.site.edu --field=user_login | xargs -n1 -I […]