16 Shares Whether you call it the first impression of your brand or consider it to be an indispensable asset of your branding elements, your website is the most critical element of your digital strategy. Let’s look at what the data tells us: It takes all of 50 milliseconds for a visitor to form an… Continue reading 10 Great Tips For Redesigning A Website in 2021
Since there are so many CMS plugins out there, it can be overwhelming to choose the best ones for your website. We’ve done the research for you; this list contains the top new CMS plugins for November 2020. You’ll find useful plugins for WordPress, Craft, Shopify, and Joomla. Let’s get started… WordPress 404 Page Editor… Continue reading Top New CMS Plugins, November 2020
In the earlier parts of this series, you’ve learned how WP_Query is structured and what its properties and methods are. The next stage is to understand the various arguments you can use with it and how best to do so. WP_Query has a large number of possible arguments, which makes it extremely flexible. As you can use it… Continue reading WP_Query Arguments: Categories and Tags
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?
What You’ll Be Creating Slugs. Slimy little critters that have a nasty habit of getting into your vegetable garden… Or maybe not! In this post, we’re talking about a different kind of slug, and that’s the slug that forms part of the address (or URL) of the individual pages and posts in your WordPress website.… Continue reading What Is a Slug in WordPress?
Star ratings are used by websites to review all kinds of products and services. You can use them to rate pretty much anything your users are interested in: a movie, the food in a restaurant, the quality of service provided by a mechanic, etc. One of the reasons star ratings are so popular is that… Continue reading 10 Best WordPress Star Rating Plugins
If you are self-employed, own a business, or just generally want to be more professional in your networking, then you should seriously consider getting yourself a business card. It is a great way to put all of your contact information in a single place with a good design that captures your style and that of… Continue reading Business Card Software : 15 Best Apps
In this tutorial we will create lightweight wishlist functionality for WooCommerce using AJAX, WordPress REST API, and SVG graphics. WooCommerce doesn’t come with wishlist functionality as standard, so you’ll always need to rely on an extension to do the work for you. Unless you build it yourself for complete control.. Wish Upon a Star Wishlist… Continue reading How to Create Your Own AJAX WooCommerce Wishlist Plugin
Cryptocurrency has changed the vertical of currencies with maximum impact. Specifically, Bitcoin has managed to garner all the attention and market favoritism in recent times. Providing a new edge to currency exchange, Cryptocurrency is no more a hit and miss for the experts. With a lot of people getting on board with the idea of… Continue reading 9 Best Bitcoin And Cryptocurrency Plugins For WordPress
Web development and design come at a high price. For many entrepreneurs just starting out or who are in the early stages of their business, they will have difficulties finding developers and designers who will build their website on this low budget. Thankfully, WordPress plugin developers have seen this need for fast and cost-efficient ways… Continue reading The Ultimate WordPress Page Builder: WPBakery
WordPress audio and video plugins are essential if you are looking to add video and audio players to your website. In this post, I’ll share some of my favorites for 2019—I’ve picked plugins that have features that are missing from many of the other plugins available. WordPress Audio Player Plugins 1. MP3 Sticky Player This MP3… Continue reading Top WordPress Audio and Video Plugins of 2019
What You’ll Be Creating Learning WordPress development isn’t just about learning to code PHP. You’ll also need some HTML and CSS skills if the sites, themes and/or plugins you create are going to work well. In this tutorial, I’ll show you an incredibly useful feature of WordPress that mixes PHP with some simple CSS. It’s… Continue reading Target CSS for Specific Content With WordPress Template Tags
Now that iOS 12 is out and some users have upgraded to the operating system, you’ll want to start revising your application to take advantage of the new features of iOS 12 notifications. What’s new in iOS 12 Notifications? iOS 12 brings a number of changes to how notifications work. While no single change completely… Continue reading A Guide to Getting Ready for iOS 12 Notifications for Designers
In this series, we’ve been learning about Channels from Pusher, a platform that allows you to give your users the seamless real-time experience they want. Presence channels build on the security provided by private channels, but they add the benefit of knowing which users are subscribed and connected to that channel. The best part is how… Continue reading Get Started With Pusher: Using Presence Channels
By now, you have probably heard a lot of buzz about GraphQL going around and how it’s going to replace REST but you don’t even know where to begin. You hear a lot of buzzwords about mutations and queries but what you’re used to is GET and POST requests on your different endpoints to fetch… Continue reading Getting Started with Yoga and Prisma for Building GraphQL Servers ― Scotch
What are the WordPress PHP coding standards? In this video from my course, Learn PHP for WordPress, you’ll learn all about the coding standards and why they’re important. The WordPress PHP Coding Standards What Are the WordPress PHP Coding Standards? You can find the full WordPress PHP coding standards in the official WordPress handbook. They’re… Continue reading What Are the WordPress PHP Coding Standards?
The first post in this series laid the groundwork for understanding taxonomies, terms, and their relationship within the context of WordPress. If you haven’t read it yet and you’re brand new to WordPress development, then I highly recommend reading through it as this post is going to build on top of everything covered in that… Continue reading How to Work With WordPress Term Meta: Term Metadata API
In this part of this series on WP_Query, you’ll learn how to use WP_Query to query for posts, pages and custom post types. You can query for specific posts and pages or you can run a query to return posts of one or more post types. A Recap on How Arguments Work in WP_Query Before… Continue reading Posts, Pages and Post Types
So far in this series, you’ve learned how WP_Query is structured and what its properties and methods are. Now we’re looking at the various arguments you can use with WP_Query and how you code them. WP_Query has a large number of possible arguments, which makes it extremely flexible. As you can use it to query… Continue reading WP_Query Arguments: Taxonomies
When it comes to working with WordPress-based projects, arguably one of the most frustrating or tedious aspects of deployment is actually getting the databases across your environments in-sync with one another. Sure, there’s something to be said for using test data in development, user data in staging, and actual data in production, but there’s no… Continue reading Migrating Your WordPress Database: A Database Primer
Many new online web services are providing backend APIs for developers. These allow anyone to connect into a web app and pull out specific information (or push or change bits of data). Today we’re specifically looking at the API for Imgur. In this tutorial I want to demonstrate how we can remotely mirror an image… Continue reading How to Build a Dynamic Imgur Upload App Using jQuery & PHP
If you came here looking for ways to break into someone’s WordPress site, you choose the wrong definition of the word hack. No, this article is all about ways to make WordPress work better for you and your visitors by getting your hands dirty with WordPress’ actual code, you know the functions.php files, .htaccess and… Continue reading Useful Hacks to Make WordPress Work Better
A recruiter just spends about six seconds on a resume – the length of a Vine video. Thus it is important to find a way to make your resume stand out of tons of other resumes, particularly when you are in design. Impressive resume designs show your potential employer that you’re full of outstanding ideas,… Continue reading 50 Awesome Resume Designs That Will Bag The Job