Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
A tiny piece of code which allows you to change the text "Thank you for creating with WordPress." that appears on footer of WordPress dashboard.
A handy code snippet which allows you to change title attribute of WordPress login logo with your own custom text.
A handy code snippet which allows you to remove Billing details field from WooCommerce Checkout page in WordPress.
This is a tiny piece of code which allows you to change the login logo URL on WordPress login page.
This is a handy code snippet which allows you to replace the default WordPress Login logo with your own custom image.
A tiny piece which can be used to add a new URL column to WordPress Media Library
A step to step guide on how to customize your newsletter subscription form for wordpress jetpack subscriptions plugin
Working with Dates and Times prior to PHP 5.2 meant using date(), strtotime(), and other date related functions sometimes in convoluted ways to get to the date(s) you were looking for. Fortunately with PHP 5.2 the DateTime() class were introduced. (DateTimeZone() was introduced as well but is not covered here). It was further enhanced in PHP with additionally methods as well as the new DatePeriod() and DateInterval() classes.
Streamlining your web development workflow is a gift that will pay off every day! Read this brief post to get a few tips for making your next project run smoothly while garnering some with massive time savings.
For both style and seo reaasons, having bold first paragraph content in your wordpress website is a smart feature. While searching for a quick and easy to use method of implementing this feature, I came across a handy PHP snippet that makes your first paragraph bold or larger. This PHP snippet works alongside CSS which allows you to style your first paragraph anyway you want!
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