I have been using the Divi builder for some time now and one of the most asked for features seems to be a 6 column layout. I saw in one of the groups recently someone had written something to release but it required a code change to the core which wasn’t ideal. I decided to…

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Another little plugin from me today. I am told that it would be preferable to not have to delve into CSS if possible in some cases… specifically adding bullet point icons for lists within posts and pages. My simple remedy to this was to take the standard Text module that comes with Divi and add some more…

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WooCommerce, which I am a huge advocate for, has released V2.1 a few weeks ago. Much to the elation of everyone who follows their work too because the way the plugin is progressing is a real positive and invaluable resource for the WordPress community. Sadly for me though every time the phone rings at the…

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WooCommerce is a wonderful plugin. I often rave about this and use it as often as possible in my projects. It has excellent support for third party plugins and API access. One thing that is a little fiddly at times is support for shortcodes. The WooCommerce shortcode library is rather diverse and pretty well documented…

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I write a lot of themes for my clients and, like a lot of other professional developers, use a base theme to start from. The theme I use is the fabulous Bones by Themble however every single time I write a new site and start to put the content in I come across a colossal…

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Have you ever uploaded an image into your WordPress post or page and visited it only to find it has created a link to itself. Worse still have you ever written a site and handed it over to a client for them to contact you six months and 50 blog posts later that they didn’t…

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Don’t you just hate it when you have to hard code a post/page Id because you are working in a staging environment and you don’t know if the IDs will match up when you get to go live. Having to go and sort out every theme based link is a nightmare and time consuming. I…

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In WordPress the addition of Custom Post Types (CPT) has been a huge thing for us developers. The database structure has existed for years but the ability to add our own post types was huge. Suddenly plugins popped up all over the show to enable less codey type people to add their own post types…

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Hands up if you hate WP-Ecommerce. I would do both but then I wouldn’t be able to type this out. Following on from a request from a client of mine the Pending Payment email goes out just as you get to Paypal/Sagepay/Worldpay/ etc… and is normally noticed by your customers as they see the gateway…

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I have been working with a company in the states who use a YouTube playlist to power the videos on their site. They used to use TubePress but the plugin is awful to say the least. We found it didn’t work at all under a variety of circumstances and worse still you need to use…

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About this site and Sean Barton

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Sean Barton is a Freelance PHP Website Developer in Crewe, Cheshire. He is a Wordpress and CMS/Framework specialist.
This site was set up in 2008 as a tutorial and scripting resource for the PHP language and Wordpress.
Find out more about Sean on the About Me page or use the Hire Me page to get in touch. For more information about Sean's work take a look at the Portfolio

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Our Services

  • Wordpress plugin/theme development
  • Divi specialist
  • Ecommerce (Woocommerce, WPSC, Shopify, Magento)
  • PSD to Wordpress theme conversion (Responsive)
  • Website design work (Banners, Logos, Full Site, etc)
  • Website analysis (security, usability, SEO)
  • API Integrations (InfusionSoft, SalesForce, Ontraport, Customer Thermometer, etc..)
  • Wordpress consultancy & expert advice
  • Crisis support
  • Website hosting

The main services offered are Wordpress based although we do a great deal of technical programming for bespoke systems. From troubleshooting, extending frameworks, finding bugs to writing them from scratch.

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