Recently one of our users asked us how to display WordPress posts only if a specific custom field was present. After replying back with the answer, we thought it would best if we share with everyone else, so the larger community can benefit from it… Read More »
Best WordPress Themes Tutorials
WPBeginner offers some of the best WordPress themes tutorials that teaches you how to extend the power of your WordPress theme.
Disqus, a comment platform, tends to go out and change the comments number hook for WordPress. This may end up causing your theme to show the text “View Comments” instead of the actual comment count that you want it to show. The reason why Disqus… Read More »
We shared with you how to add the facebook like button in WordPress. Then we wrote about how to add the facebook send button in WordPress. Now usually, Facebook is really smart in pulling in the right data for your posts when they are shared… Read More »
Have you ever come across a site or blog that lets their visitors change the font size from some +/- button in the sidebar? Normally, you should never have to add this feature because all major browsers have the zoom in/zoom out buttons, but there… Read More »
There are default scripts that comes with each WordPress installation. These scripts are at disposal of theme and plugin authors to use in their work. From our experience, jQuery is one of the most used scripts in plugins and themes. In this article, we will… Read More »
Recently, we got a request from a user asking how they could use WordPress shortcodes in their WordPress themes. Shortcode is a special tag that you can enter into a post that gets replaced with different content when actually viewing the post on the website.… Read More »
Often new bloggers forget to set a post thumbnail (featured image) which causes the template display to break. In this article, we will show you two different ways of adding a default fallback image for WordPress Post Thumbnails.
In our previous post, we shared how you can only display parent category in your WordPress Post Loop. This article is the continuation of the similar technique except here we will try to only show child category in your WordPress loop. Unfortunately the_category() does not… Read More »
When you use the_category() template function in your WordPress theme, it displays both the parent category and any child/subcategories under it. If you are creating a site that uses a lot of child categories to categorize the content, then this can become a problem because the_category code will create a lot of clutter. In this article, we will show you how to display only parent category in your WordPress post loop.
Have you ever seen sites that have a little input field at the bottom of their post with a short link to their article? In this article, we will show you how you can use the get_shortlink codes to display a little input box in your post. It will also allow your user to select the shortlink on one click which makes it easy for them to copy and paste it.