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PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
It's common in many blogs to have an about me widget in the sidebar of the blog which displays the biography of the author. This is a great place to show everyone your name, your biography, your picture and your social media links. If you want to do this in WordPress you can add a standard text widget and input this information manually.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
In WordPress you can create your own users and user roles, you can even do this programmatically which means that you can create a register form so that visitors to your site can register to your site and login to a member's only area.
PHP » Image Manipulation — over 4 years ago
In a previous code snippet we found about how you can define new custom images sizes to use on your WordPress theme. This will use the WordPress built in function called add_image_size(). add_image_size( 'custom-image-size1', 300, 900, true );
PHP » Basics — over 4 years ago
Test driven development is a development process that is exactly what it sounds like, we develop our applications driven by a number of different tests. This involves writing all your tests up front before any development has taken place. At the start this will seem strange as all the tests are going to fail but then we can develop our application
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to go over the steps on how theme developers can provide the user with alert messages to tell the user to download certain plugins to increase the functionality of their site.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
Custom backgrounds is a WordPress theme feature that allows the users of the theme to change the style of the background. It allows the users to pick a new color or a new image for the background.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
WordPress has an inbuilt feature that allows you to easily manage users and roles for these users. Using the WordPress user manager you can define different roles to your users but they will all be able to log into WordPress and it doesn't matter which role they are assigned to.
CSS » Box Model Theory — over 4 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to create post tags using CSS, we will also create a WordPress widget that will allow you to display these post tags in the sidebar of your WordPress site.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
The other solution is to use the wp_dequeue_style() function in your theme functions.php to remove the stylesheet from the enqueue.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
When you create a new user in the WordPress user manager they will be able to login to your site by going to the default WordPress login page /wp-login.php. Depending on the role you have assigned to this user they will see different options in the admin area.
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