Let’s find out now how to add custom settings fields to any taxonomy.
In this tutorial we are going to create an options page using WordPress Settings API.
It is about how to protect your code from XSS attacks properly without over-escaping.
Once you activated WooCommerce on your website, you may notice that near 20 new blocks have appeared in editor. But do you really need all of them?
When I created a plugin support area on my website I wanted a notification bubble to appear near the “Tickets” menu in my WordPress admin when there are any unreplied tickets, that’s how I dived deep into this topic and now I am going to share my experience with you.
Recently I was needed this functionality for my own website and I decided to share the process how I implemented it with you.
By default function
wp_safe_redirect() allows to redirect only to the same domain which is presented as a
home_url(). But in some cases you may want to extend it with let’s say subdomains and in this tutorial I will provide a ready snippet for that.
In this tutorial I will show you some simple PHP code examples which allow to add a product or a product variation to the cart in WooCommerce.
If you ever tried to remove WordPress comments in admin dashboard, you know that comments are moved to trash asynchronously. In this tutorial I will show how to do the same for custom post types.
Today I received a email from my client where he mentioned that he is unable to login to the members area on my website with his email which contains “+” symbol.
I already have a couple tips on my blog about “fixing Gutenberg”, for example I already mentioned that you have to double check that REST API is not disabled and in this guide I show what to do if Inserter Dialog is not available. But recently I faced with another issue.