@wpmark I’m with you there
@wpmark Same. Expecially with ACF fields/blocks.
@wpmark For querying. It’s also easier to manage content in different sections.
@wpmark Role my own because I’ve done it before so it’s super quick and easy.
@wpmark SSHing into servers became a lot easier once I added this to my bash profile to tab autocomplete them based on the contents of your ~/.ssh/config file
(Sounds scary but if I wanted to SSH into example.com I would just type ssh ex <tab>)
@wpmark MAaaaaaan when I was working in an agency I wish I saw more devs registering ACF via PHP. Made it so much easier to manage changes from local to staging to production.
@wpmark The biggest deciding factor for me was while Yoast is a go to SEO plugin, their site is a mess and Rank Math had a nice clean comparison table that spells out what they offer.
@wpmark If your an agency servicing client sites I definitely like to version control WordPress core, plugins, and themes. Why? When different devs hop on the project everything is there and ready to go. Don’t let clients install their own plugins if it will create headaches for you.
@pressingfm @wpmark @TimberWP I still like to use WordPress’ template hierarchy so it is familair to other devs. I just collect the data in PHP and pass it to the Twig template to be rendered. Here’s a simple demo theme to show it in action github.com/kingkool68/sprig-demo…
@pressingfm @wpmark @TimberWP I do like using Twig templates for rendering HTML from data. I created a small plugin to integrate Twig with WordPress and use a few filters for escaping. github.com/kingkool68/sprig