When you’re developing plugins, themes or even custom solutions, you might provide your clients a way to insert custom scripts or styles. When that comes, we usually tend to use the classic textarea field for that. WordPress ships with their own code editor, so why not enhance the user experience by providing a nice way of editing the code? In this tutorial, you’ll see how to use the WordPress Code Editor and integrate it with your own plugin or themes.
The Score Component for our Quiz will render the data that we are retrieving through REST API. We will create a new React Component
Score and add it to our
We will use the WordPress REST API Routes to retrieve questions and scores used for building our Quiz in React. We need a route to retrieve the questions with their answers and to submit the answers so we can get our result. In this tutorial, we will proceed to our WordPress roadmap and define our custom post type, metabox and also the WordPress REST API Routes.
User experience is very important for your plugin. With WooCommerce Settings Pages, this experience might become worse with a lot of fields on one page. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create additional WooCommerce settings pages for your Payment Gateway.