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OM: Performance Marketers

An agency in Downtown Orlando, OM: Performance Marketers “[helps] B2B companies grow revenue and shorten sales cycles with integrated marketing.” While marketing is their primary focus, design and development is a large part of their service offering.

CSSLLC continues to WOW and over deliver in a world of mediocrity.

— Daniel Sosa, Founder & CEO at OM: Performance Marketers

As contracted consultant and leader of the development team, I’m responsible for interfacing with clients, managing tasks and leading development team meetings, composing technical plans, facilitating communication between development and marketers and designs, performing quality checks, and providing technical support. I also provide development project overflow support, when needed.

CSSLLC has helped bridge the gap between our technical and non-technical teams. Caleb’s ability to create easy-to-understand processes has improved work flows, and translating complex website issues into layman terms has expedited project planning. Our growth and company morale have greatly benefitted from CSSLLC.

— Mark Bunker, Head of Production at OM: Performance Marketers

Raycast and Script Commands

Raycast and Script Commands

The first headline on says it all:

“Level up your productivity.”

If you’re a Mac user, you’re likely familiar with Spotlight, maybe Alfred. Raycast is a similar tool that is more advanced than Spotlight and “nicer” than Alfred.

I’ve started using it, and I’ve really been enjoying it, mostly for the following reason:

Script Commands

While Raycast has several built-in extensions and is starting a developer program to allow developers to build their own extensions, Raycast was released with support for Script Commands, which allows developers like me to write scripts to execute tasks on demand in a modal type interface. I’ve already published several from creating a GitHub Gist to saving a URL to the Wayback Machine, and I’m thinking of new ones all the time.

I’ve already had several conversations with the project lead, and am really excited about extensions and what else Raycast will be able to do soon!

If you want to level up your productivity, definitely check out Raycast!

Action Scheduler

Action Scheduler is a library for triggering a WordPress hook to run at some time in the future (or as soon as possible, in the case of an async action). Each hook can be scheduled with unique data, to allow callbacks to perform operations on that data. The hook can also be scheduled to run on one or more occasions.

Originally created by Prospress (the creators of WooCommerce Subscriptions, acquired by Automattic), Action Scheduler is a “scalable, traceable job queue for background processing large queues of tasks in WordPress.” It is very robust, and very simple to use. And for a developer of my skill, an easy and enjoyable plugin to develop.

And contribute I have: at the moment of writing this, I have authored 30 issues and PRs, and contributed ~500 lines of code. My largest contribution (not yet merged) will be for the command-line interface (CLI).

Contributing to open source projects is my recommended way to learn, keep growing, and to stay busy. If you’ve an idea for Action Scheduler, or need support, create a GitHub issue, or reach out to me directly!




A drop-in for WordPress sites and themes to make managing collections of data and entities easier. Accessing top-level collections in WordPress are easy, but subsets of those can be more difficult. Collection fixes that.

Collection is… well, pretty much anything: IDs, colors, keys, text snippets, images… anything in WordPress. I frequently needed to access a subset of posts, pages, products, events, etc., and creating a Collection keeps those subsets readily available. Think of it as a fancy array of data.

continue reading on my GitHub

Photo by Umberto Cofini on Unsplash

Image Tag

Image Tag


Whenever you upload an image to WordPress, multiple sizes of that same image are created. WordPress natively generates versions of the image in the following sizes (can be adjusted in Settings > Media):

  • 150px x 150px (hard crop)
  • 300px x 300px
  • 768px x 768px
  • 1024px x 1024px

This is really cool, because it means when you insert an image into a blog post, the properly sized image for your visitor’s device will be displayed (since WordPress 4.4).

But for a custom theme or plugin developer, reproducing that behavior is a lot of work, especially on top of everything else to go with properly implementing an image.

And thus, I created Image Tag (a.k.a. Image_Tag), a helper class for generating img tags within WordPress.


From start to present day, working on this project has had it’s challenges, but it’s definitely been fun, keeping the site up-to-date with the movements of the growing business. Recently, the site has moved to WP Engine (read on why I recommend WP Engine), and we’re currently making several facelifts to the site, including a separate theme to serve mobile devices.

I have been working with Caleb for more than 2 years and everything has been amazing!  I have used many different developers for different websites over the years and none of them came close to the level of experience and customer service as Caleb Stauffer.  I am a customer for life.  Thank you!

— Ben Sencenbaugh, President at The Realty Medics