Let’s start with removing versions from style and scripts. To do so, add the code below in your active theme’s functions.php file. After adding script on functions.php file you can view the source of any pages version should be removed from all your styles and scripts. You can also remove version from WordPress Head and […]
Repeatable Custom Fields in a Meta box Creating a “repeater meta-box” without a Plugin in WordPress. Add below code in your functions.php file (this file is located in your theme folder): Use below code to show metabox values from anywhere
By default WordPress generates RSS feeds for all post types, Taxonomies, Comments and etc.. that are built in, such as: http://example.com/feed/ http://example.com/feed/rss/ http://example.com/feed/rss2/ http://example.com/feed/rdf/ http://example.com/feed/atom/ There are two ways to disable RSS feed like using plugins and with custom codes. You can use many free plugins for disable RSS feeds. But let we disable RSS […]
Removing the Admin Bar for Non-Admins Removing the admin bar is a simple code snippet. I’ve shown before how you can hide the admin bar conditionally for users. In there I’ve not mentioned how you can hide it for everyone but admins, so thats where this code snippet comes in. You need to add the […]
To create a menu for theme setting in the WordPress admin, you should use the Settings API provided by WordPress. Using this API, you can register a new options page, with fields for settings. Additionally, you can add settings to an existing options page. That being said, let’s add the following code to the main […]
The .htaccess is a distributed configuration file, and is how Apache handles configuration changes on a per-directory basis. Basic WP Multisite Subfolder Example SubDomain Example
A meta box is a draggable box displayed in the post editing screen in the backend of WordPress. Users can select or enter extra information in meta boxes addition to the content in the main post editing area. There are two types of data you can enter in meta boxes: metadata (i.e. custom fields), and […]
Custom Taxonomies are same like categories and tags. WordPress allows developers to create Custom Taxonomies. Custom Taxonomies are useful when one wants to create distinct naming systems and make them accessible behind the scenes in a predictable way. Create Custom Taxonomies by code. Add below Code in function.php file of your active child theme (or […]
Custom post types are same like posts and pages. By default WordPress comes with a few different post types which are all stored in the database under the wp_posts table. Default Post Types Posts Pages Attachments Revisions Navigation Menus Custom CSS Changesets We can create your own custom post types and call them whatever we […]