Have you heard about HTML sitemap? Well, it offers easy navigation for your website visitors. To be more precise, it’s the bulleted outline text version of a website. The visitors can use the sitemap to easily find/locate any topic which they can’t find searching through the whole website menus. The best part is that HTML… Read More
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Here is how-to dynamically list all children pages associated under a parent page in WordPress. This allows you to change and update pages without updating a sidebar widget/page, and removes the need to create numerous distinct sidebars/sections. To enable this code, add it to your WordPress themes functions.php file, then add the shortcode to the… Read More
Here is the code (adding it to your WordPress’s functions.php file) to minimize your themes HTML code without a plugin. Add to Functions.php
I’ve noticed that WordPress adds tons of unwanted script to the header. I totally get why, but for highly focused themes, I like to remove as much as I can. This decreases page load times, eliminates render-blocking resources, and optimizes the First Link Priority Rule. The Script Using the script below, add it to your… Read More
This tutorial assumes you have some prior knowledge of PHPmyAdmin, adding Domains, and copying files. How-to Create a WP Staging Website: 1. First thing you need to do is to create a subdomain (subdomain.example.com). This allows your staging website to run in a separate folder, not affecting your main website files. 2.Now that you have… Read More
If you want to add support to hide field labels on a field by field basis, simply add the following line of code to your themes (functions.php). What this code does is adds a Field Label Visibility dropdown under the Appearance tab in your Gravity Form field (see screenshot below). Gravity Forms Hiding Sub-Labels You… Read More
Quick code to define what content shows up based on page type. I had to have different containers show up depending on page. The Code
Here is a quick example of how to add a large thumbnail image with the title as the Alt Tag attribute Alt Tag attribute <?php the_post_thumbnail( ‘large’, array( ‘title’ => get_the_title() ) ); ?> You can replace ‘large’ with thumbnail, medium, medium_large, & full.
If your blog page is pulling the title of the last/latest post, here is a quick and dirty fix Add this to your title tags: Examples: