WordPress’s built in password protection for pages is great, simple way of hiding a post content behind a password. However, many WordPress sites don’t just rely on post content, but also custom fields. See our recent post about how to set password protection up and how to troubleshoot it. As it turns out, providing this […]
WordPress has basic password protection for pages built in. But what do you do if you’ve set up a password for a page, but it’s still allowing access without a password? here’s some basic troubleshooting tips.
We take a look at the best solutions for WordPress Custom Fields and Gutenberg blocks in 2021. Featuring Advanced Custom Fields, Metabox, Carbon Fields and more.
WPGraphQL has been in development for a long time, but it has now reached v 1.0 and is now in the official WordPress plugin repository.
As developers we’re always on the lookout for “client friendly” plugins. Here we look at SEO, Search and Redirect plugins that are safe to use on client websites.
WordPress oEmbed isn’t responsive by default. We take you through a simple method to make your WordPress oEmbeds such as YouTube and Vimeo responsive.
Let it be clear: WordPress widgets won’t be deprecated. They can’t be as WordPress always strives to maintain backwards compatibility, but does this feature still deserve development time in a Gutenberg focused world?
Visual Studio code is undoubtedly a great text editor. What makes it even better is the number of quality extensions available. We’re going to run through some of the best and most useful extensions available for WordPress developers.
Emails are useless unless they get to the recipient’s inbox. Having emails delivered to the intended recipient’s reliably is very important, but by default, WordPress is really bad at doing this. Let’s explore why.
If you want to speed up your ACF workflow then you have come to the right place. We look at a free alternative to “ACF Theme Code Pro”.
Lately we have come across a lot of hosts trying to cut costs by throttling staging and dev sites. Here’s how you can take action.
Why do plugin developers all think their plugin belongs in the WordPress admin menu? we look at some potential solution to this problem.
Jetpack is a great plugin that has a lot of features. If like us, you don’t use any of the front-end features of Jetpack then disabling the Jetpack CSS file will save you around 12kb from your load time.
Not only is ACF a great framework, but it can be extended by third party developers to add more fields and functionality. We take a look at some of the best extensions available.
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