Tutorials

Using Bootstrap, Font Awesome, jQuery, Popper.js in WordPress

Bootstrap is an HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework for developing responsive websites. Font Awesome is an icon set and toolkit. jQuery is a JavaScript Library that simplifies JavaScript programming. Popper.js is a library used to manage poppers in web applications.

Different Excerpt Types for Custom Post Type in WordPress

By default, you can only use or display one excerpt type in WordPress. It does not matter if the archive page is for the default post type or for a custom post type. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use a different excerpt type for the default post type and for a custom post type.

How to Create Custom Post Types in WordPress

By default, WordPress allows you to publish two types of articles: Posts and Pages. When you write a typical article, you usually publish it as a “post”. When you publish contents about your website — like your website’s “About Us” or “Contact Us” page — you publish it as a “page”. If you use WordPress for a blog, it is the Posts that will be shown in your articles list, not the Pages. But what if you want another type of content for your website? You will need to create a custom post type.

How to View Module Positions in Joomla

When you want to use a new template for your Joomla website, it is helpful to be able to view the module positions provided by the template. The same is true when you are creating a Joomla template, it helps a lot to be able to view the module positions you have created so far. This tutorial will teach you how to do so.

Changing the Words “Category” and “Tag” in WordPress URLs

By default, WordPress includes the word category in URLs for categories. For example, if your website has a category called fantasy, the URL for the fantasy archive page would be example.com/category/fantasy. For tags, to access the archive page for a specific tag, you have to include the word tag in the URL. For example, if your website has a tag called green, you can access the archive page for green by typing in the URL example.com/tag/green.

How to Make Sticky Posts in WordPress

A sticky post is an article that stays at the top of an article group even if you publish new articles. By default, WordPress displays blog posts vertically with the most recent one occupying the topmost position. As you publish more posts, the older posts get pushed down the list. But with WordPress’ sticky post feature, you can make an article stick to the top as long as you want.

WordPress Site Security Using .htaccess Code Snippets (Subdirectory Installation)

WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world. It is being used by millions of websites on the internet. Because of this, WordPress is a highly valuable target for hackers. WordPress has built-in security features, but you can further protect your WordPress-built website by creating .htaccess files in certain directories of your WordPress installation folder and writing in them some code snippets. This tutorial is for websites that installed WordPress in a subdirectory.

Custom Post Type with Custom Taxonomies in WordPress

By default, WordPress allows you to publish two types of articles: Posts and Pages. When you write a typical article, you usually publish it as a “post”. When you publish contents about your website — like your website’s “About Us” or “Contact Us” page — you publish it as a “page”. If you use WordPress for a blog, it is the Posts that will be shown in your articles list, not the Pages. But what if you want another type of content for your website? You will need to create a custom post type.