Mike Smith of Giant Themes have submitted his free theme to be published on WPBeginner. Guerrilla v2 is a simple WordPress blog style theme with custom back-end features to make your theme-editing easier.
The trick we are sharing in this article will allow you to show guest author’s name by simply entering a custom field in your post.
After sitting through Jane Well’s presentation and talking with her after her speech, we have decided to share with the WPBeginner community what is coming in WordPress 3.0 in terms of features.
There are times when you want others to know that you designed the specific WordPress theme. So you would put a credential link in the WordPress footer. But if you want to take it even further, you can modify the WordPress Admin panel footer.
In an attempt to make your WordPress search even more user friendly, you can highlight the search terms in the results. We did this for one of our clients, so we thought it would be useful for other users. In this article we will show you how you can highlight search terms in the results in WordPress.
WPBeginner’s friend Nick La of N.Design Studio has released an amazing Free WordPress theme called the Notepad Theme. This theme was inspired by the iPhone’s Notes application. Notepad is a modern WordPress theme with a subtle touch of the sketchy effect.
There are tons of new themes coming out for WordPress every day, but none of them seems to utilize this feature. WordPress developers should add custom dashboard widget with support information. In this article we will show you how you can customize dashboard widgets in WordPress.
In this showcase we are presenting to you a mega collection of beautiful Social Media Icons that you cannot resist adding to your collection.
In this tutorial we will share how you can add a simple function on your search page which will display the search term and the number of results.
In this tutorial, we will share a function which will allow users to select specific Post IDs and display them as featured posts with thumbnails by utilizing the WordPress Post Thumbnail feature that was added in WordPress 2.9. This way allows you to avoid using Sticky posts which sometimes may be necessary due to other functions in a custom project.