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The minimum supported WordPress version is now 5.0 and I've bumped up the version to indicate it is tested against the upcoming 5.4 release.
Cuttlefish is a PHP based hackable blog framework -- with the goals of being fast, easily hackable, and easy to adopt. I've been working on it since 2012, when it was known as Carbon. It can generate a static HTML site for uploading anywhere, or run dynamically.
Version 0.4 licenses the code as MIT, so anyone can build on top of the project. Cuttlefish now has API documentation courtesy of PHPDox, which is updated whenever code is changed. I've changed the code style from 'WordPress-like' to the PHP community default of PSR12. The project now comes with a Docker container which means getting up and running is even easier.
Install Cuttlefish is easy using the instructions. For a fuller list of changes see https://
Known issue: I still have trouble getting Xdebug to work, if you're familiar with Docker Compose and Xdebug I could use your help.
For v0.5, now that the codebase is in a better state, I'm looking at adding more features again.
Added a quick example to the wp_schedule_event() codex page as all the examples provided are broken in some way. https://
I didn't know that Chassis extensions can be installed globally http://
When the permalink format is set to
%category%/%postname%/ then a post is available under category/postname links for all categories, as well as under all parent/child/postname links.
If you use Yoast SEO and have set a primary category, that becomes the canonical URL that's used for SEO. If you don't then the postname for whatever category has a lower ID (was created first) becomes the canonical URL.
When running a WordPress multisite, in the site directory each site has a Last Updated property. I previously incorrectly assumed this reflected when the site's metadata changed, for example the site's attributes. However, archiving and deactivating a site does not change the Last Updated value, so what does it do in WordPress 5.2.1?
As usual the best place to look is the WordPress codebase. It turns out that, on a multisite, this value is updated whenever a post is updated or deleted. It reflects the last content update, not the site's metadata.
By inspecting the html and looking up the property name, we find that the function that updates this is called
wpmu_update_blogs_date and there is an action hook wpmu_blog_updated that receives the
site_id variable. This function can be called whenever we want to update the value. It isn't used anywhere else.
If we're looking to update this date whenever the site's status changes, then via the same process it appears that he actions to hook into site attribute updates are in
wp_maybe_transition_site_statuses_on_update so one could write a quick mu-plugin that updates the Last Updated property whenever these fire.