There are not so much tutorials about tweaking the Quick Edit in WordPress. But is is a very useful function that can save you enough time. So, now we will add a quick featured image option based on WordPress default uploader.
Before I begin, I want to share with you my editor experience – I’ve been writing posts for my blogs for over 5 years and all that time I use WordPress editor with HTML active tab.
Usually I do not create posts to describe features of my plugins but many people asked me about that, so, why not.
In my previous tutorial I explained how to add custom checkout fields. Now let’s add these fields to the Order Details metabox in admin area.
Maybe I used an incorrect search query in Google but I didn’t find any information on this. There is lot of information about columns to posts, to users, but nothing about comments. I will show you how to remove columns as well.
A couple days ago I added to my plugin some types of inputs that allow to multiple select posts and categories. But what if you have thousands of posts? The dropdown AJAX search is also supported. And now I want to share with you how to do it.
This tutorial is similar to my tutorial about duplicating posts – all you need is just to copy and paste the code to your functions.php
Today I will show you the most simple security tips. But do not be upset, they are as much important as the others.
This is very useful WordPress feature and I was a little surprised when I didn’t find ready to use code anywhere.
In this post I will show you how to create beautiful, simple and customizable media uploader for your WordPress website.
Maybe you have already read the post about custom taxonomy filter on my blog. And now I will show you how to create the same filter by the authors. The filter will work not only for posts but also for pages and custom post types. Here it is: This code is for your current theme functions.php file:
Do you want to display all post tags at once on the post edit page? I will show you how to make this replacement in two easy steps.
I think you can find a lot of good information about status creation in WP. But I didn’t find any notes about how to add a status (custom status, you just created) into inline post edit.
Okay, what if you have a lot of posts (or maybe custom post type posts) on your blog? How do you manage them in your admin panel? You use search for that, don’t you? Let me show you a very simple code example, which will add on your posts page a filter by taxonomy terms […]