On the previous week I published the tutorial about creating and removing custom dashboard widgets for WordPress Multisite install. I decided to continue with this topic and to publish more rad stuff on it.
Simple but useful hooks for WordPress developers. When I needed these hooks for my plugins, I couldn’t find any good tutorials, so I decided to create the one.
In this tutorial we’re creating a custom login form that allows to sign in WordPress users when they click a link in email.
You will be shocked how simple it is to implement the license key checking in your WordPress plugin with custom update server.
It is just a normal situation when website visitors do not care where to leave comments and they do not want to reply to their own comment threads. But what if you’re a perfectionist and you really want to move those comments to the place where they should be. But what to do if WordPress doesn’t have any build-in functionality for it?
Before publishing any post I’m always searching how many ready solutions are exist. And I was very surprised when I didn’t find any tutorials about creating load more button for comments.
I was asked about this post so many times, so I’m glad to publish it now.
In this tutorial I will show you how to add custom bulk actions to posts, pages, taxonomies, attachments comments, plugins and users.
In this small step by step tutorial we will add our custom input text field and the checkbox to WordPress bulk edit menu.
I know that usually making changes in Quick Edit menu is not necessary but this option can save you so much time. Especially if you connect it with bulk edit feature.
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.
Everything began when I decided to collect tweets with positive feedbacks to my plugins. Once the tweets were collected, they should be displayed on appropriate plugin pages.
In this tutorial we will use the Basic Authentication method to create the interaction between two WordPress websites.