On Thursday, December 12th, Wordpress announced the arrival of its latest release which most notably features a completely redesigned back end interfaced. The update, which has changed the administrative look drastically, has been dubbed by the folks at Wordpress as "the most beautiful update yet". On the front end there [...]
When added to your functions.php file the following snippet will remove the inline height and width from your uploaded files to Wordpress.
Recently I was having some trouble with my Woocommerce installation not running its Cron job properly and had to override the automated Wordpress cron jobs. I found an excellent tutorial on how to do this and thought it worth of sharing. How to Replace Wordpress Cron with a Manual Cron
Recently I was adding the Facebook "like" button to a client's website and was having issues getting it to show up in various browsers. I did some digging and it turns out there are a number of reasons why this could be happening. Some of the search queries I tried [...]
Here is a quick snippet showing how to add a class to an existing class using jquery. You would use this in a situation where you are unable to modify the actual html in a file or where you may not want to. A great example would be if you [...]
Recently Wordpress made a decision to discontinue the links/blogroll feature on all future installations past WP3.5. To most people this will make no difference, however, for those few that use blogrolls and links it could have huge impact. Not to fear, though, it seems they are only making it "invisible" [...]
If there is one thing I have found that all people have in common it is the desire to get something for free or on the cheap. This is no exception when it comes to websites and small businesses so I have put together a list of 5 ways to promote your website at minimal to no cost to you.In a nutshell here they are: 1) Write a Blog 2) Submit to Classifies or Directories 3) Participate in online communities 4) Create a Social Media Profile 5) Email Signature
Here is a very simply piece of code you can put on your site that will force all external links to open in a new window. It requires jquery but what site doesn't already have jquery running on it these days?This also adds a class to all your external links of "externalLink" so you can style your external links differently if you want to.
Recently a client asked me to transfer their Tumblr blog to a new self hosted Wordpress platform and it took me awhile to find a decent exporter to do the trick. Wordpress used to have a plugin that would do this for you but it is no longer supported and [...]