MySQL and WordPress – How to use native queries in a secure and right way

WordPress requires a MySQL instance to run and store all the data. Although the relational system is a classic and, sometimes, obsolete data structure, MySQL works like a charm on a WordPress environment. Keeping this on the WordPress core, gave us better compatibility with our custom development over time and quick and easy access to… Continue reading MySQL and WordPress – How to use native queries in a secure and right way

WooCommerce – Save the Products’ Stock Status for each Order

Stock Management is a default feature on all Online Store CMS, it’s useful when you manage your stock using WooCommerce, preventing out-of-stock Purchases and of course, preventing your clients’ complaints. Sometimes, beyond this obvious feature, we need to know some more about the stock status. For example: occasionally, for business rules’ reasons, it could be… Continue reading WooCommerce – Save the Products’ Stock Status for each Order

Are you a Blogger? Show your old posts in your WordPress blog

“One year ago you posted that …”, “See what you said on this day, in 2012 …”. You already saw something like that on your social media accounts, didn’t you? Remember your own content on the Internet is a really trendy Throwback-Thursday Post. What interesting could be, if we could highlight our old posts, like… Continue reading Are you a Blogger? Show your old posts in your WordPress blog

4 Reasons to stop your freelance work right now and make your website

One day I had a meeting with a potencial client. He was own a sports/health club company. And that guy dressed with a sport’s suit asked me: So you are a web agency… But you’re website is just a spaceship video as a background (true)… And you don’t have a Mac too!! So… Is this… Continue reading 4 Reasons to stop your freelance work right now and make your website