What is a code review? Every line of code that is committed to WordPress.com VIP is reviewed by the VIP Team. We don’t do in-depth […]
At WordPress.com VIP, we feel very privileged to work with some of the best developers on some of the world’s biggest sites. It’s a small […]
All WordPress.com code is managed using the Subversion revision control system. Subversion (SVN) is the only way to access and update code on VIP Hosting. […]
Ad Code Manager is a VIP-sponsored plugin designed to make it easier to manage the ad codes used to display advertisements on your site. There’s […]
The following are custom made solutions, code tips, tricks, and modifications that we’ve learned from or developed for your fellow VIP Hosting partners.
We use the VIP Review Trac for all theme and plugin reviews. Our goal is to help you produce better quality code and improve the […]
Please follow the WordPress Coding Standards before submitting your code for review. This includes things such as using underscores instead of camelCase in function names, and dashes […]
Annonymous functions are allowed but are only recommended for small very contained bits of code, for example a small one line filter or action hook.
As you know from Getting Started, in order to keep the WordPress.com environment safe and performing to your high standards, we review in detail all […]
All scheduled deploys must be done manually by the VIP Team because our team needs to be around to assist, should there be any issues. […]