Ronald Huereca

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WordPress 5.5 – jQuery Migrate Fixes and Pagination Fixes

By Ronald Huereca | September 1, 2020
Photo of a bookPhoto by BENCE BOROS on Unsplash

Before I start this article, I do want to state that I know there are two logo images. I’ll them shortly, or stop procrastinating on my re-design transitioning away from Beaver Builder to just straight Gutenberg.… Continue Reading...

Developer Diaries

Developer Diaries – Eating Dog Food

By Ronald Huereca | August 24, 2020

We had a fun moment on Slack today at work. Someone brought up the idea of eating dog food which triggered so many emotions and feelings with me. Granted, there is a more optimistic analogy of drinking your own Champagne. But let’s call it what it is: you’re being reduced to a dog owner eating the dog food you have purchased for your favorite pup.… Continue Reading...

WordPress and Apple – What’s Behind the Drama?

By Ronald Huereca | August 23, 2020

Update: Corrections 2020-08-25

It appears Automattic did not have “purchasable” content in the WP app. Apple’s reaction was a bit overblown and self-corrected when it was brought to their attention. My argument remains the same: leave commercial stuff out of the WP app in good faith.

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Publishing Scams?

By Ronald Huereca | August 20, 2020

I’m writing here today because I’m a little bit frustrated and am getting sick of all the damn robocalls I’m getting calls and emails from people begging me for “exclusive” rights to my books or “marketing” deals to increase my readership.… Continue Reading...

Tutorials

Controlling Auto-Update Email Notifications in WordPress 5.5

By Ronald Huereca | August 16, 2020

WordPress 5.5 appears to have broken email notification control with Easy Updates Manager. Until the team over there can fix it, here’s what’s going on behind the scenes.

Filtering Emails

Emails can be filtered by using the auto_plugin_theme_update_email filter.

To change this email programmatically, you’d do something like this:

/**
 * Filters the email sent following an automatic background update for plugins and themes.
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