Wordpress Development

How to Create a WordPress Child Theme

Are you looking to create a child theme in WordPress? WordPress child theme allows you change the functionality of the theme without having to edit the original/parent theme template files. Firsty, create a new folder in your themes directory. You can do so using the cPanel or via FTP. The themes directory is the wp-content/themes. …

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How to Add News Feed WordPress Admin Dashboard

This article is for easy and quick tip on how to add news feed to the WordPress Dashboard. RSS feeds benefit publishers by letting them syndicate content automatically. I you ever feel like you want to change the source of the news items on the WordPress dashboard here is how to do it. WordPress developers can …

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Add a jQuery DatePicker to WordPress Theme or Plugin

Here is a quick method to localize with ease the jQuery UI datepicker  fields on your site. If you create your own WordPress plugins or themes, you will probably have found yourself in a situation where you have added a date field to a plugin’s or theme’s admin page. There are several ways to include …

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Create Custom Taxonomies In WordPress

This tutorial will help outline all that you need to know when it comes to WordPress taxonomies. Custom taxonomy lets you organize yourcustom post types. It’s like categories and tags for posts, but used for any custom type that you define. Custom Taxonomy Archives list your custom content in the defined taxonomy. The taxonomy used …

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Rename or Replace WordPress Default Post by Custom Post Type

I almost always rename the default “post” post type to article, news, portfolio something else. If you want to simply rename the appearance of posts, rather than creating a custom post type then add bellows code. If you just want to change the admin menu label from Post -> Article, then You will just need …

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