I hate not being able to find a good image for the featured image. Most of the posts I write are tutorials with code snippets, not images. As a result, many of my posts can easily not have featured images. Unfortunately, though, that would (and did) cause an inconsistent flow on my post index pages
WooCommerce Add to Cart Custom Redirect creates a WooCommerce product data field under the General Product Data tab of a product's edit page. As a WooCommerce admin, you can insert a URL into the field and when that product is added to the cart by your customers, they will be redirected to the URL.
Pricing WordPress Themes and Plugins There's been a lot of chatter on Twitter recently about how to price WordPress themes and plugins (mostly themes) with respect to support that has been very interesting to me. What really caught me was how to handle pricing for those who don't really need
Adding Plugins to Themes or Other Plugins If you are a WordPress theme or plugin developer, you may eventually like to include a specific plugin in your project. For example, I have been working on a child theme for the Genesis Framework and I wanted to include a plugin from the WordPress plugin
Plugins that Every WordPress Website Needs Every WordPress user knows that there are tons of plugins available to extend the functionality of their website or blog. There's a plugin for pretty much anything you can think of. Whether it's security, e-commerce, image galleries, or even fancy design
WordPress Security and Securing Your WordPress Website If you have a WordPress site and do not secure it with at least some basic security practices, you are setting yourself up for a major pain in the ass. Once your WordPress website is live on the internet, there will be people trying to hack
Login Widget with Shortcode The Login Widget with Shortcode plugin is a very useful plugin that lets users manually place the WordPress login form rather than directing them to the wp-login.php page. The simple [login_widget] shortcode can be placed on any WordPress post or page without the need to
Using Frequent Content with a Shortcode If you have a content block that you use frequently throughout your WordPress website, it is a good idea to store this content in a shortcode. By storing frequently used content in a shortcode, you can easily make edits without having to change it in a bunch