Archive forAugust, 2013

Keeping your CDN-hosted CSS and JS from caching and causing you to rip your hair out

CDNs are great for distributing bandwidth and speeding up your site, but if you’re using a static pull, you’re going to have an issue if you make a tiny tweak to your CSS file, unless you invalidate the file in your CDN panel. Of course, that’s not always practical, and it takes a few minutes […]

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More WordPress Theme Streamlining

In my last post (nearly five months ago…) I discussed creating constants for things that WordPress loves to run to the database to get.  Now, constants are great, but sometimes you just want to roll everything into an easily-used array and be done with it.  So, for the majority of my theme options, I do […]

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