WordPress is a large and adaptable platform, with one of its most notable features being the ability to organise information hierarchically. Understanding parent-child relationships can be useful when working with pages, posts, or custom post kinds. get_children() is a useful method that allows you to delve deep into these relationships. In today’s post, we’ll demystify […]
Master the powerful get_terms() function in WordPress with our detailed guide. Discover its parameters, dive into code snippets, and explore real-world use cases for categories, tags, and custom taxonomies. Perfect for WordPress developers looking to enhance their skill set.
Discover the best options for creating custom Gutenberg blocks in WordPress, including writing from scratch, using the official “create-block” tool, and leveraging popular plugins like ACF and Metabox.io. Unleash your creativity and enhance your site’s content experience.
Discover an effective approach to display featured images in WordPress, prioritizing accessibility by incorporating the alt tag from the media library, and create an engaging experience for all users.
Unlock the full potential of your WordPress theme with our comprehensive guide on the add_theme_support() function! Master custom features, from post thumbnails to HTML5 elements, and transform your site today.
Learn how to use the add_image_size() function in WordPress to create custom image sizes and optimise your website’s performance. Discover the benefits of using custom image sizes and follow a simple code sample to get started.
How to rename the Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) menu item – change the ACF menu back to ‘Custom Fields’.
We show you how to rename the ACF admin menu back to “Custom Fields” with just a few lines of code.
The get_page_by_title() function has been deprecated in WordPress 6.2 – how to fix your code / the best alternative
The get_page_by_title() function has been deprecated in WordPress 6.2. We show you the best alternative by replacing get_page_by_title() with WP_Query.
Learn how to use WordPress’s the_title() function to manage and change the titles of your posts and pages, which will improve your site’s SEO and the user experience. Find out about its main features and how to use them.
Discover how to use the the_posts_pagination() function in WordPress to effortlessly manage pagination for your blog posts. Learn about its various arguments and customise your site’s navigation for a seamless user experience.
Expand your WordPress development expertise with Volume 2 of our series on core PHP functions. Learn how these functions can help you create more robust, efficient, and secure WordPress sites and themes.
Discover the core PHP functions that every WordPress developer should know to create more efficient, maintainable, and secure websites. Learn how these functions can enhance your WordPress development skills.
Discover how to use WordPress’s wp_nav_menu() function to create and manage dynamic menus. Learn about parameters, customisation options, and styling tips for seamless website navigation.
Discover the power of WordPress’s post_password_required() function to protect your content and create an exclusive user experience. Master this feature and unlock endless possibilities!
Discover the power of WordPress conditional functions using our guide, complete with examples and use cases, to help you create dynamic, personalised websites with ease.
Discover how to use the wp_body_open() action hook in your WordPress theme, ensuring better plugin compatibility, easy customisation, and adherence to best practices for a more flexible and robust design.
Managing user roles in WordPress is crucial for ensuring that the right people have access to the right features. We’ll show you how to allow editors to access and manage Formidable Forms in your WordPress website. Learn how to enhance your website’s workflow with this simple and effective solution
Discover how to harness the power of the get_template_part() function in WordPress for more organised and maintainable theme development. Learn its benefits, syntax, and practical examples in this comprehensive guide.
The flexibility with which WordPress can manage posts and pages is one of the platform’s most valuable features. The pre_get_posts() function allows you to adjust the way that WordPress shows posts, which is one of the scenarios in which you would wish to make such a change. In this article, we will discuss why it is preferable to utilise the pre_get_posts() method in WordPress rather than directly manipulating the WordPress loop, as well as how to use the pre_get_posts() function.
A powerful function known as get_page_by_title() is made available to developers by WordPress. This function makes it simple to fetch a particular page depending on the title of that page. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to use this particular function in WordPress so that you can get the most out of it.
You might be familiar with the excerpt_length filter if you’re a WordPress developer or a blogger who uses WordPress. This handy function allows you to trim or shorten a post’s excerpt to a specific length. But how exactly do you put it to use?
Gravity Forms is a popular WordPress plugin that provides a simple and efficient way of creating forms on your website. It’s been around for more than a decade, and it’s still the top form plugin for WordPress, so it must be doing something right. This article will discuss several of the main advantages of using Gravity Forms over any other WordPress form plugin.
Managing multiple WordPress sites can be a headache – ManageWP makes this much easier with a bunch of benefits. In this post we explore exactly what ManageWP has to offer.
Traditionally, users have implemented WordPress as an all-in-one solution, meaning that the front-end and back-end of the website are inextricably linked to one another. On the other hand, because headless architectures are becoming more popular, programmers are progressively separating the front-end from the back-end of their applications. This results in increased flexibility and customization options. […]
WordPress comes with many built-in functions, some of these are very well known, but others are not so. One of these functions is the get_page_by_path() function, which is used to retrieve a page by its slug or URL path. We’ll take you through some use cases of the function with simple code samples.
We explore WordPress hooks and how they can be used to modify or extend WordPress functionality without modifying the core code. We provide examples of how to use hooks, explain how they work, and offer best practices for using them. If you’re a WordPress developer, this in-depth guide to hooks is a must-read.
One of the key features of WordPress is the ability to cache data, which helps to improve website performance. Transients are one type of caching mechanism that WordPress provides. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at what transients are, why you might use them, and how to create them in WordPress.
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