Adding Code snippets to the WordPress functions.php file enables you to perform actions and use filters in a way that will improve functionality of your WordPress site which can make your theme more organised and cleaner. Here is a bunch of useful snippets to further enhance your WordPress theme.
In this tutorial we will highlight hovering over a clickable div which has an image and a title. For an example please visit my homepage With the magic of HTML5 and CSS3 you can now insert a <div> , which is a block element, inside of a <a> which is an inline element. Previously this would have resulted in HTML errors.
As WordPress continues trying to get the first place in the CMS website building platform league, more and more people give their preference to it. The easy usage and diversity of applications, from a personal blog to an e-commerce website, makes it tempting to choose WordPress for your web resource.
Cleaning your WordPress database might not be top of your agenda. Whenever you have published a post or page, trashed a comment or simply haven’t even thought about it, there is likely to be left-over useless data. Over time that data builds up clogging up your database which can affect the performance. You can off course go into your database and clear things up manually which may be exhaustive for the average user or you could make use of a cleaning plugin. Here is my round-up of WordPress cleaners to keep your WP database in tip-top shape.
Rewind back 3 years when I published the tutorial display your WordPress Recent Posts on a Static Page. I wouldn’t ever have dreamed that it would be one of the most commented posts on my blog and even now people are still asking on hints and tips on how to expand the code further so I’ve decided to go through all the comments and gathered enough to have a FAQ section.
In this tutorial we will parse a CSV file, containing random countries, with their own colour and tooltips displaying both the country and it’s continent. The CSV file will be converted to JSON dynamically and added to a Google Visualization Geochart in your WordPress Blog.
After 7 years of using feedburner I have finally decided to switch. Google haven’t yet killed off feedburner entirely but having announced that they are no longer going to support or update it. Like many people who are flocking to alternatives I thought I would jump on the bandwagon. Obviously switching to something new can be quite problematic and true I did encounter a couple of problems and here is how I solved them.
WordPress development has come a long way since I started this blog in 2008. If you want to start creating themes, plugins or simply want to fix something in your current theme you can, with an ever expanding API the WP Codex can help you out a lot but with the growing number of WordPress development blogs you can also find loads of hints, tips and resources from around the web to cover all aspects of your WordPress life. Here are 20 of them to get you started. If I have not mentioned your favourite then feel free to add it to the comments section or fire me a tweet @ridgey28.