Black Friday/Cyber Monday Roundup 2020: Deals on WordPress’s Best Products
This Cyber Monday deal roundup includes only WordPress products that we like, use, and recommend.
Better Post Lists with CodePress Admin Columns
In this week’s Quick Guide we’re covering how to improve your “post lists” screens in WordPress. That is, we’re taking control the look of your “posts”, “pages”, etc lists by changing what appears in those columns. We’ll do that using that Admin Columns plugin (which was called CodePress Admin Columns until fairly recently 😉).
WordPress Spam: Everything You Need to Know
A WordPress website provides a means to create community and communicate with your customers. Whether you’re a business, non-profit or an individual blogger – this is invaluable. But it’s not without its downsides. Among the biggest is in dealing with the inevitable WordPress spam that can arise from all corners of your website.
Where to Add Custom CSS in WordPress
There will be times when you are working on a WordPress site when you want to add custom CSS.
How to Change WordPress Post Types with Post Type Switcher
From time to time, you’ll need to change the post type of one or more of your WordPress posts. In this Quick Guide, we’ll explain how to change a WordPress post’s post type using a handy plugin called Post Type Switcher.
Turn on Debugging in WordPress: WP_DEBUG
One could (and perhaps I should) write a whole course on “how to debug in WordPress.” This (unfortunately) isn’t that post, but rather a quick summary of the best first step in debugging WordPress. It is almost the one step you MUST take if you’d going to debug just about anything in WordPress: make sure WordPress is showing the errors by settings WP_DEBUG to true. This isn’t super complicated, but just an invaluable thing to know.
Beaver Builder Accessibility: What You Need to Know
A WordPress LAMP?! An Introduction to WordPress Infrastructure
This article introduces one of the most foundation topics in WordPress development: the server-side software that makes WordPress work. Often referred to as “the stack,” as this article explains the “LAMP stack” that most WordPress sites run on is just an initalism of the software packages of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. And that stack is just as useful today as it was 15 years ago when WordPress started.
How to Quickly Duplicate a WordPress Post or Page
In this text and video Quick Guide, we’ll walk you through the easiest way to duplicate posts and pages in WordPress, using the free and aptly named Duplicate Post plugin.
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.