This seems like it should be a given, but it seems that WordPress has no easy function to get the current URL. I didn’t want to use
$_SERVER variables to get the URL, but after finding no good WordPress solution, I decided to bite the bullet and just make up a
$_SERVER solution for the time being.
Some time passed, I forgot about it and found some other headaches to occupy my time. Then I found this post with a solution that was to my liking. The only thing that I didn’t like about it was that it always appended the original query string, whether you were using permalinks or not. I added a little conditional to it and now I have a
current_url function that I wouldn’t kick out of bed.
function current_url($trailingslash = false)
$current_url = isset($wp->request) ? home_url($wp->request) : add_query_arg($wp->query_string, '', home_url());
return $trailingslash ? trailingslashit($current_url) : $current_url;
When I was putting together my WordPress portfolio plugin, Portfolion, I designed an icon for it in the typical WordPress icon style. I thought that I would release the PSD files as it is hard to find good WordPress icons. All the layers are preserved, so anyone that may want to use it can modify the colors and add to it as they please. Read more …
As I write this post, I am uploading a mess of files that I’ve been working on for the past month or two that make up the first real Abramski site. I use the word real, because I don’t believe downloading a theme you like and calling it your own flies if you are any type of developer or designer. For years now, I’ve had a theme or two up here masquerading as my site while I wrote some blog posts and I’m somewhat embarrassed about it. I had no portfolio to speak of because I had no work that felt like my own that I really wanted to showcase. This site was always meant to be a priority but like many other designers and developers, I put off getting this site together for years. Read more …