Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
A tiny piece of code which enables the use of PHP code within the WordPress text widget.
A handy WordPress code snippet which allows you to programmatically set static home page. It is very useful for WordPress theme and plugin developers.
It can be very helpful to get the slug of the current post or page. Here’s an easy snippet to get the slug of current post or page.
In this post, I will show you how to add a custom field to the WooCommerce checkout page.
Getting feedback from users is a great feature of blogs and it helps bloggers to interact with their blog user. In today’s tutorial, I will be showing you how to build a comment system with a simple spam check in PHP. Spams are very annoying to bloggers and combating them is a tedious task. So I have decided to write a tutorial on how to create a PHP comment system with a little spam check.
I will be showing you how to create a Joomla Template from scratch. If you are new to Joomla, kindly read my other series on Joomla For Beginners to get familiar with Joomla. In one of my previous post, I talked on How to Create a Basic Webpage. We are going to convert this static webpage to a Joomla Template.
So you have successfully setup a beautiful and functional WordPress blog on your local computer and you are wondering how will you move it to a live server without breaking anything. This tutorial will show you how to move a local WordPress blog to a live server without breaking anything.
With the introduction of PHP5, there is a great improvements in OOP and it also introduces many new libraries to seamlessly work with database in an OOP way. These libraries provide you with improved performance, sometimes improved security features, and of course a whole lot of methods to interact with new features provided by the database server. In this tutorial, I will be discussing connecting to MySQL database the OOP way in PHP.
So you already have a functional wordpress.com blog and now you want to move to a self-hosted server. In this tutorial, I will be discussing on how to move your wordpress.com blog to a self-hosted server the right way. This tutorial assumes you have already registered a domain name of your choice and also an hosting account. So let get started.
There might be instances when you will need to reset your WordPress password due to not being able to access your admin dashboard after an upgrade or an hack. In this tutorial, I will show you how to reset WordPress password from phpMyAdmin.
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