J’ai eu la chance de passer mon vendredi soir en bonne compagnie, avec d’autres fans de WordPress francophones : Alexandre Sadowski, Maxime Bernard-Jacquet, Thierry Pigot, Mathieu Viet, Grégoire Noyelle, et Maxime Culea. Que du beau monde, à l’occasion du podcast VeryFrenchTrip, et pour parler de l’API REST.
I faced an interesting challenge last week: I wanted to add subtitles to a video I had inserted in a page with WordPress’ Core Video Shortcode, but I couldn’t find any shortcode parameter allowing me to specify a subtitle file.
I checked the shortcode’s source code but couldn’t find any “subtitle” attribute there. The Codex page wasn’t helpful either. After more digging, I realized that the whole thing was in fact super easy!
A little while ago, I shared my mother’s Waffles recipe. Since you all seemed to like it, I’ll digitize another old recipe today. My grandmother (better known as “Mamie du Tertre” ?) used to make a great apple cake for us almost every Wednesday. It was simple, not fancy, yet super delicious. Here is her recipe.
New week, new plugin! ?
This is once again a Jetpack add-on, and it’s also another good example of the things you can accomplish with the WordPress.com REST API: Post Views for Jetpack pulls data about your site’s stats, as well as stats for each one of your posts.
This is still a work in progress; I would love to know what you’d like in this plugin, and where you would like to display those post views. Open a new thread in the support forums to let me know!
A mix of styles and instruments, and some serious skills!
It was really hard to pick a single song, so I’d really recommend the whole YouTube channel!
If you only have time for one song, let it be that one:
If you follow WordPress news, you’ve probably heard about the REST API already. We’ve been talking about it for years, and it’s been presented as a revolution within WordPress. That’s all great, but what does it mean in practice?