WordPress: Maintaining Active Nav Status with Custom Post Types

Scenario: You have a custom post type archive page, and you want to be able to add some custom content to the archive without hardcoding it in the template. This is easy enough – you can create a page with the same name and slug, and set your templates to pull in the data from […]

A Vagrant Script to Automatically Enable Apache Sites

At work, we are starting to use Vagrant to manage our virtual machines, and are largely having great success with it. Through mapping a virtual directory back to a source folder on our Mac, we are able to use the same git repositories across multiple virtual servers and operating system environments, and thus Vagrant automates […]