How to Create an Excerpt From a Post Without an Excerpt and Limit It by Character Count
WordPress posts have two types of texts associated with them: the post’s content, and its excerpt. The content is the main part of the post, and the excerpt is either filled out in its own field or generated by WordPress by extracting the first part of the content.
Beaver Builder Accessibility: What You Need to Know
Over the last few years, the WP Shout team have used and reviewed popular WordPress page builders. In our tests, Beaver Builder came out top. It scored well for user-friendliness, reliability and support.
How to Remove the Date from a WordPress Post URL
So, you want to remove the date from your WordPress post URLs? I get it. Those /2016/07/09/post-slug URLs that seemed pretty cool when you (or someone else) set it up get old.
The Essential WordPress Tutorial for PHP Developers
In this WordPress tutorial for PHP developers, we’ll look at how to start developing WordPress websites if you’re new to WordPress but already understand PHP.
How to Display Posts on a Category Page, Divided Into Their Respective Subcategories
Say you have a category page on which you’re asked to display all the posts that belong to that category’s subcategories. So far no sweat – a category page displays by default all its descendant posts, whether they belong directly to that category or any of its subcategories. But here’s the twist: say you have to display them in such a way that the subcategory names are displayed (challenge no. 1), and under each subcategory’s name you have to display all its posts (challenge no. 2).
How to Install WP-CLI
This text and video Quick Guide covers how to install WP-CLI, the WordPress command line interface.
What is the Best WordPress Form Plugin?
If there’s one thing WordPress has a lot of, it’s form plugins. Despite offering similar core functionality, these various WordPress form plugins are definitely not created equal; and with so many choices out there, how do we know which form plugin is best for our own WordPress projects?
get_queried_object(): How and Why to Use It
WordPress’s get_queried_object() function has the distinction of being, I think, the most useful core function in WordPress that I didn’t know about for the longest time.