What are Breadcrumbs in WordPress?

In this tutorial I’m going to explain all you need to know to get started using breadcrumbs in WordPress. BreadCrumbs in WordPress Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube channel: BreadCrumb Plugins on CodeCanyon If you’re interested in what solutions are on offer from our community of coders, check out the premium WordPress… Continue reading What are Breadcrumbs in WordPress?

WordPress Developer Skills and practices You Should Master in 2020-21

19 Shares Turning into a WordPress developer is difficult to buckle down, genuine difficult work. You would need to place in a ton of time, challenging work, devotion, and center to turn into a first-class developer. There is space to turn into an average developer, that way you won’t put so much time and exertion… Continue reading WordPress Developer Skills and practices You Should Master in 2020-21

How to Create a WordPress Child Theme

If you’re using a theme you downloaded from the free WordPress theme repository, or maybe one you’ve bought from ThemeForest, you may want to make some tweaks to it. Maybe you want to register a new font or add a new template file. Maybe you want to add some code from one of the tutorials or… Continue reading How to Create a WordPress Child Theme

How to Integrate SmoothState.js Into a WordPress Theme

In our previous tutorial, we used the History Web API within a static site to serve smooth page transitions. In this tutorial we’re going to take things to the next level, by applying what we learned in a WordPress website. There’ll be one crucial difference; we’ll leverage SmoothState.js instead of building our own from scratch.  SmoothState.js will: Request pages asynchronously (AJAX) and… Continue reading How to Integrate SmoothState.js Into a WordPress Theme

How to Code Multiple Loops While Only Querying the Database Once

I’m a big fan of the WP_Query class: I use it in many of my client sites to query and output content in custom ways. If you want to run multiple loops on a page, the easiest way to do it is to run WP_Query each time you need to run a loop. But there… Continue reading How to Code Multiple Loops While Only Querying the Database Once