Sometimes you just need to know the page ID or post ID in WordPress, whether it’s for a plugin, widget, or something else. It’s so amazingly easy to find you’ll be surprised. I’ll walk you through it in just a few seconds. …continue reading
Do you want to know how to set up page jumps in WordPress? Setting up page jumps is a great way to get your visitors to the exact information they are after. It’s really easy to do and I’ll walk you through the entire process from beginning to end. …continue reading
A bug I’ve noticed with WordPress is having a gallery set with thumbnail as the size but WordPress doesn’t use the thumbnail image. It looks like the right size, but in fact it’s serving up a larger image and scaling it. So, here I’ve got the fix for that so the WordPress gallery serves the actual thumbnail image. …continue reading
I’ve been using Yoast SEO for around 6 years now, back when it was called WordPress SEO. I have used a few other tools over the years, but I remain a faithful user of Yoast SEO.
So, I thought I’d review why I enjoy this plugin and why you should check it out. …continue reading
I recently discovered the $content_width variable in WordPress. I was having issues with image sizes not showing the correct dimensions when I discovered it was because of the $content_width variable. So, I figured out how to change the value and I’ll show you. …continue reading
There are times when you need to disable WordPress plugins manually. Often it’s the result of some catastrophic bug with a plugin update that prevents the plugin manager from loading and it’s crashed your site. Well, you’ve got two options to disable the problematic plugin(s) manually.
Creating your own WordPress shortcode is really easy to do. I’ve put together a tutorial to show you how simple it is to do with all the code you need. You can create your first shortcode in absolutely no time! …continue reading