Understanding and Using the WordPress Hook System We’ve been covering quite a few WordPress web development topics recently, so you’ve probably already heard about hooks, actions, and filters. These are an essential part of the using the event-driven architecture used by WordPress. And they are your path to creating your own custom “version” of WordPress […]
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The Days of Creating Child Themes for Simple CSS Changes May Soon Be Over The general advice given to users who want to make simple edits to a theme without losing them is to create a child theme. This involves creating a directory, CSS file, a functions.php file, and uploading them to the webserver via […]
How to Backup a WordPress Site: A Step-by-Step Guide Having a reliable backup of your WordPress site is incredibly important if you don’t want to lose all your online work. In this post, we’ll cover some WordPress backup basics and how to backup a WordPress site in five simple steps. Before we begin, it’s important […]
How to stop content theft in WordPress for free When someone starts blogging, the focus is usually put on the content. There are new stories to be told, new images to be shared and bloggers don’t think about content theft at this point. But, sooner or later, if you write unique stories and articles that […]
How to Create a “Sticky” Floating Footer Bar in WordPress Do you want to create a sticky floating footer bar in WordPress? We have been using the floating footer bar on our website for many years because it helps us reduce bounce rate and increase pages viewed by users. Many of you have asked us […]
SumoMe Plugin: Everything You Need to Know Don’t call me a hypocrite… I know in my previous post about notification bar plugins I said some mean things about popups. I said them because I, personally, am not a big fan of popups. But one thing I can’t deny is that they work.