WP Pusher Plugin A common workflow among developers, in a nutshell, is developing WordPress plugins and themes locally and pushing their projects to a GitHub (or similar service) repository. Once pushed to the GitHub repo, the developer can sync it up with a live WordPress installation (i.e. a
When creating custom post types while running the Genesis Framework, you can add a support for the custom post types called genesis-cpt-archives-settings. This support creates an "Archive Settings" sub-menu page for your custom post type where you can set things like a headline, intro text, layout,
These snippets can be used to force template layouts (i.e. full-width, content-sidebar, etc.) in the Genesis Framework. Note that you can only use one per file.
This code snippet removes the "Website" field from the WordPress comment form. Therefore, when commenting, readers will not be able to enter a URL. I use this code on a lot of my projects because, most of the time, my clients' readers don't have website and this field is pointless. It also helps
This code snippet will remove the comment-author's link from WordPress comments. It does not, however, remove the URL field from the WordPress comment form. Simply put, the link does not get shown.
The WordPress Lost Password Email We've all done it. Not being able to remember passwords is one of the most annoying things about having so many website accounts across the internet. Fortunately, browsers nowadays let you save usernames and passwords for most websites so you don't have to worry
How can we get custom fields to display shortcode on our pages? I saw this posed on the StudioPress support forums and it's a very good question. The default custom fields meta box provided by WordPress strips out shortcodes from custom field values. This means you cannot, by default, use
If you've been working with WordPress for any length of time, especially if you've been doing anything that involves the use of code, you've probably heard of WordPress hooks. You've also, then, probably heard of Actions and Filters. If you're a seasoned WordPress pro, these terms are second nature