I was recently asked to fix a conflict between the Disqus plugin for WordPress and WooCommerce. It turns out that when active it (Disqus) breaks the rating/review system which is reliant on the WordPress comment functionality. James over at Proserveweb appears to have come up with a crude solution to this but it’s not reliably usable…

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You might want to set aside some time to read this as it’s quite a long post. It’s all I could think of over a few days of writing but if you have any ideas for areas to extend the guide then please post a comment or contact me. I have had the same conversation with a few…

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I have just been working on a WooCommerce site were the client needed to allow free shipping for certain levels of user. This seemed like a simple requirement but the WooCommerce line was to use Table Rate Shipping which would be fine if it wasn’t $200 (cmon guys it’s an essential plugin.. it really should be…

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I have had the need recently to allow users for a site to post. Other than assigning the appropriate role to grant people access to the admin pages I needed contributors to ONLY be able to post to specific categories. I found a plugin called ‘Restrict Author Posting (link)’ in the WordPress plugin directory but…

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I have just put together a quick snippet for you. The media uploader, by default, will show all items uploaded. When running a community site where people can contribute their own media you might not want to give access to every upload. The following code, when added to your theme functions.php file, will  cause the…

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As part of a job I am doing to extend a Contact Form 7 implementation and to pay additional homage to the plugin itself I would like to show you how to get PHP environment variables into your fields. Until now I have found myself writing complex and frankly undocumentable (through a combination of lack…

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I love contact form 7, unlike a fair few others who have either purchased Gravity forms or who have gotten stuck using something like CForms which I really don’t get along with. I use it on every site I write and, with the new addition of the Flamingo plugin which, despite it’s infancy, has potential…

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Transients are a wonderful way to temporarily cache pieces of information within WordPress. They are very flexible so you can store objects, strings, JSON.. anything really! They are used commonly in widget plugins whereby content is generated or, more commonly, pulled from a remote API. The reason being because API calls take time and often…

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Divi United

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

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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