Category: Tutorials

Series and the REST API

The WP REST API rolled into WordPress core in 2017. And Sports Bench extends it further. We continue the SB REST API tutorial series with a look at playoff series.

Brackets and the REST API

The WP REST API rolled into WordPress core in 2017. And Sports Bench extends it further. We continue the SB REST API tutorial series with a look at brackets.

Teams and the REST API

The WP REST API rolled into WordPress core in 2017. And Sports Bench extends it further. We continue the SB REST API tutorial series with a look at teams.

Players and the REST API

The WP REST API rolled into WordPress core in 2017. And Sports Bench extends it further. We kick off the SB REST API tutorial series with a look at players.

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Submitting a feature request

Are you wanting a little more from Sports Bench? Do you want to make a feature request? That’s great. But it might be confusing as to where you might be able to submit a request. Here’s how to do that.

Why you should learn (some) web development

Are you looking for something to learn in 2019? Wanting to fix or extend your website. Why not start to learn web development.

The best WordPress security plugins for your site

Website security has never been more important than it is today. But as a novice, it can seem overwhelming. Where do you start? Try these security plugins.

Adding a modal for playoff series

So you like the playoff brackets you have but maybe you want to take it to the next level. What is there to do? That’s where modals come into play.

Standings page in Sports Bench

How to add team logos in standings

The standings tables come ready to go in Sports Bench, but maybe you want to spice it up with the team logos next to team names. There’s a way to do that.