Performing a search on Wordpress.org or Google for SEO plugins returns a significant amount of useful information including lists, reviews, comparisons, and of course the plugins themselves. Nonetheless choosing the right Wordpress SEO plugin remains a headache. This guide takes a different approach and goes into a bit more detail than many other lists.
So lets say you open up your blog to guest posters, and you create a user for them, and possibly even a custom role.
You will usually find one or more menu items that you don’t want to show to your guest posters. How do you hide them?
Ever wondered how a WordPress backdoor can be created? This is an educational post that shows you how to do it. What you decide to do with this code is entirely up to you, I of course encourage you to play nice and not use it for malicious purposes.
Today I just want to start off a discussion what project management and collaboration tools you use while developing WordPress plugins or themes.
Types, Views, CRED and Access (which make up Toolset) have been upgraded.
With the new features being released, this is the perfect time to purchase these plugins. I remind you that we have some fantastic discounts on Toolset and its components over on our Deals page.
In WordPress development widgets help developers create functionality within a website. For instance developers can easily add content and features to the sidebars. Now widgets can be used in different parts of a website and these are popularly known as the wigetised area.