Originally I wanted to publish this article when Laravel 4.2 was only in development but it is out for a while now so I’m here to present my trait for this particular issue. Whilst the title may not be straight forward, here is the thing with more than 3 words: Multiple models sharing one table, auto-filtering queries based on column value. If you are familiar with WordPress you probably know that there is only one table with all the pages, posts, attachments and “custom post types“. This article is not about explaining all the little details, it’s for more advanced developers who can grab my code snippet. I assume you already know Laravel, Eloquent and PHP5.4.
Category archives: Development
Written by József Koller on November 8, 2013 in Development
The CSS specification has evolved a lot in that last five years and many long-awaited features have been implemented in the major browsers since then. This sounds great but CSS3’s brought some really hard issues while the syntax basically remained the same as it was before. I’m talking about those well-known browser prefixes, absence of nesting and so-called mixins. In this article I’ll show you my own method of css coding using the latest LESS and LESS Hat version. If you are dedicated to Sass you can skip this article but I won’t bite you if you read on.
Written by József Koller on October 20, 2013 in Development, Wordpress
I’m working on a WordPress site which was installed on a fairly slow server so I have to deal with even the slightest speed issues I find. The first thing I’ve tried was W3 Total Cache which is rather a bloatware than a performance optimization plugin (It might be good for better hosts but not for most of the shared hosts). Few more cache plugins later I’ve decided to set up the easiest and the fastest cache and compression I can imagine (via htaccess). This article is useful for WordPress owners but also for anyone who uses PHP and Apache.