Apr 07, 2011 — 11 comments
What is a 404? 404 is the response status that your website sends to the client (visitor’s browser) when the visitor gets on a page that does not exist. WordPress does that pretty well and a theme can customize that page as needed. But what about getting a very fast 404 page and also to manage all those 404 urls? Meet, Forty Four, a great plugin to manage your WordPress 404 pages.
uddyPress is a plugin that transforms your WordPress site in a Social Network. Changing or extending the profile page is a common thing then, especially if you are working on a custom WordPress solution. In this tutorial you will learn how to add an additional tab on the profile page.
I’d like to share some very useful global variables of the smarty for the Prestashop.
Change the add to cart text on product archives. Change the add to cart text on single product pages. Change the add to cart text on product archives by product types.
Learn how to use widget_tag_cloud_args to customize WordPress tag cloud widget to display custom taxonomies on the widget.
WordPress comes bundled with a hook called wp_mail_from which allows you to change from email address. All you have to do is add the following code to your functions.php file.
In this post, we will see how we can replace the default jQuery library in WordPress with the one hosted on Google.
Here's a handy WordPress code snippet which allows you to trigger some code after WooCommerce Order is placed. You can even access your last orders details using this snippet.
This simple code snippet removes unlink all the hyperlinks from WordPress comments
Paste the following code snippet into your functions.php file to limit the WordPress search funtionality to post title.
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