And also allow other developers to unregister your script to enqueue a proprietary or modified version easily.
One can do that anyway, it does not matter if wp_register_* is called separately or not, since wp_enqueue_* executes the exact same code, only it also enqueues the script/style.
So there is no real difference between the combo of using wp_register_* with wp_enqueue_* or a direct wp_enqueue_*, it’s just a matter of your code logic.
I have been thinking of going but is it ok if you are not too experienced? What is it like in general?
Of course it is, WordCamps usually have a mix of developer and “user” oriented talks, with multiple tracks happening simultaneously so you choose which topic interests you theme most and you attend that one. I can see WordCamp London will have three simultaneous tracks, so surely you will find something for you.
This is absolutely awesome man, respect for hard work you put into this! Really enjoyed listening to it.
Just go to Dashboard -> Updates and re-install WordPress.
Try deactivating all of the plugins active and check if the issue appears then. If no, activate plugins one by one to find the culprit.
If issue still appears even after deactivating all of the plugins, try switching to one of the default WP themes.
You don’t need to call jQuery in wp-admin, it’s always loaded there.
you will need:
- Domain name: around $10 for .com (even cheaper if you find some coupon) – recommended registar: namecheap
- Hosting: Around $10 per month for a decent share hosting – recommended siteground managed WordPress hosting
- WordPress: free!
How large is the menu you are assigning to that position? Having many menu items can cause this.
Sounds like a very ambitious idea, however I doubt this will be a reality soon because of the current huge $$$ CMS market. Think about it like cheap energy inventions that never came into reality because of giant gas companies.
That analogy actually makes no sense. “The Grid” is not a universally better solution than the existing ones. Yes, it’s great for creating simple and quick websites, but it’s far from being a competition to any serious CMS out there.
It’s just another way of attracting people that don’t know anything about creating a website with paroles like “Why don’t you do it yourself”, “Why pay $$$ to a company/freelancer when you can do it yourself for $” etc.
Do you end up with a website in the end? Sure. Can it look good? Indeed it can. Will that website help you? I seriously doubt it.
Just having a website is not always better than not having it.