A few little gotchas in Liquid (Shopify’s theming language) and some ways to work around them – conditionals with “contains,” type casting, variable scope in loops.
A solution for maintenance-free breadcrumbs for Shopify sites, based on the menu hierarchy. If the client changes the menu, the breadcrumbs automatically update.
It’s probably caused by your PDF driver, but the new (as of Chrome 65) Print Preview UI might help also. So will switching to Firefox.
It seems like nothing could be simpler. But there are some gotchas with respect to rewrites. The big challenge, though, is that your existing URLs are stored as serialized data, which means that if you do a search and replace on the database, the universe ends, or something like that.
You think if you can just find the right spot in the documentation, you can figure out multi-dimensional arrays in Liquid. Actually, you can’t. There is no way to create them. But this clever(?) but cumbersome workaround will get the job done.
A simple “brush” for Syntax Highlighter Evolved which will not only add syntax highlighting for Liquid, it will also let you simply and easily add a Liquid code block in Gutenberg in Wordpress. Handy if you are going to blog about Liquid or Shopify.
Shopify breadcrumbs can be hard because there’s no way to organize them by default and Shopify has no way to establish a parent-child relationship between collections. But you can use your menu structure to create just such a relationship to build intelligent breadcrumbs. Here’s how!
We struggled for a long time to find a system for managing our vacation rental that did not involve pain and suffering. By combining Streak, Zapier and Google Apps, we finally found something that works for us much better than Quickbooks or other systems. It’s not for everyone, but it might be for you.
I needed to set a daily bandwidth limit for our vacation rental, which turned out to be easy once I found the right hardware and software.
You no longer have to worry about Google ranking your Wordpress archive pages and leaving your main page rotting on the vine, but if you’re happy with that you’re missing a big opportunity. Custom excerpts improve the user experience and help you rank in Google.