Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
We will be looking at an interesting topic today: Difference Between Arguments And Parameters. No doubts most of us do use these two terms interchangeably while working with functions. New to functions? read my other tutorial Functions In PHP. These two terms can be confusing and are mostly used in place of the other, but as a programmer you should be able to identify and use your terms properly.So what are arguments and parameter?
In this tutorial, I will show you how to change the default placeholder image in WooCommerce.
A handy code snippet which allows you to programmatically add product to cart in WooCommerce
Today we will be taking a quick look at Single vs Double Quotes In PHP. This is going to be a very brief tutorial. Most people (myself inclusive) misuse this quotes. Now that I understand where and when they are being used, I decided to share it with you guys.
A tiny amount of PHP code which can be used to change the default media uploads location in WordPress
A small amount of code which allows you to TURN ON the debug mode in WordPress.
This is a handy PHP code snippet which allows you to set default post listing mode on WordPress dashboard
A cookie is an item of data that a web server saves to your computer’s hard disk via a web browser. It can contain almost any alphanumeric information (as long as it’s under 4 KB) and can be retrieved from your computer and returned to the server.
In this tutorial, we will see how we can allow contributor role to upload images in WordPress
A handy PHP code snippet which allows you to set default text editor in WordPress
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