@CLE_Ren got any templates/examples to follow?— Ben Weiser (@benweiser) March 19, 2016 After Ben tweeted his disdain for the WordPress Settings API, a common pain in the ass for WordPress developers, I shared how I typically handle custom settings pages. This post shows a basic template of
The following is part of a question I received from a reader, Jim, last week. I've noticed that a lot of designers today are hiding their "theme name" from their competitors. For example, this is a site that will show you which wordpress theme someone is using: http://whatwpthemeisthat.com/.
Hey, everyone! I have a fun, new hack for you that involves creating a full-width "widget" in your WordPress dashboard. The dashboard widgets that come out of the box with WordPress include things like Quick Draft, At a Glance, Activity, WordPress News, etc. There are plugins that add dashboard
UPDATE: The plugin from the tutorial is now available on the WordPress plugin repository - WP Delete User Accounts Some websites allow a user to delete his or her account, and many don't. Personally, I like having the option for deleting my accounts (i.e. social media), and I'm sure many other
Scrolling through my Twitter feed earlier, I found the following question from Sébastien: https://twitter.com/sebd86/status/684540826555400198 I thought this was an interesting request, so I decided to spend some time figuring it out. On WordPress.org, you can access a plugin's support threads
UPDATE: The plugin from the tutorial is now available on the WordPress plugin repository - After Comment Prompts A few months ago, I wanted to create a way to prompt my readers to follow me on Twitter after they leave a comment on one of my posts. There are already a few solutions available to do