Creating a WordPress Admin Theme is so Easy!

WordPress  flexibility makes it easy to change almost every part of it, if needed. Creating a custom WordPress Admin Panel Theme is not an exception. There are two main ways to make a WordPress Admin theme: with the help of a Plugin or by simply changing the CSS. The Plugin method is the easiest of […]

104. Javascript Coding Standards in WordPress.

Javascript Coding Standards In WordPress

JavaScript is now a critical component in developing WordPress-based applications as well as WordPress core. Standards are required for formatting and styling JavaScript code to maintain the same code consistency as the WordPress standards provide for core PHP, HTML, and CSS code. WordPress uses single quotation marks for string declarations. Case statements indent within switch […]

128. How to create an Error 404 Page

How To Create An Error 404 Page?

Famous 404 error can appear while you work hard to ensure that every link actually goes to a specific web page on your site, there is always a chance that a link clicked. We’ll teach you how to edit your “error” and “page not found” messages so they are more helpful to your visitors. We’ll also […]


Best Christmas Themes for WordPress!

Christmas magic is coming soon! 🙂 I’m sure you’re preparing to the greatest holiday of the year, too! You need to design your website for Christmas, I’ll help you with that! Just check out these wonderful Christmas themes I’ve picked up for you, guys! 😉 1 . Xmas This premium WordPress theme is soaked in festivities […]

68. Password protection in WordPress.

Password Protection in WordPress

When you publish a WordPress post (or a Page), by default, it is visible to the public. This means a post with a Published status has a default visibility of “Public”, based on the settings in the “Publish” box of a Edit Post Screen. There are also two less public options for your post’s Content […]

118. Taxonomies in WordPress.

Taxonomies in WordPress

Basically, Taxonomy is one of those words that most people never hear or use. It’s a way to group things together. For instance, you might have a bunch of different types of animals. You can group them together according to various characteristics and then assign those groups names. This is something most people encounter in biology classes, and it is […]

106. How to upload WordPress to a remote host

How To Upload WordPress To A Remote Host?

To upload (or delete) files and folders to your web host, you’ll need an FTP application. One of many free options is FileZilla. How your server is setup differs from host to host. Your screen might have htdocs or public_html where the screenshots show mainwebsite_html. To install WordPress double-click the one that is web-root directory […]


Fonts in WordPress

There’s no doubt that your words, your posts, are the body of your blog or website. Words with your lovely colors and pictures, tell your website’s story. But you should pay attention to your font selections. The fonts you choose in designing your theme may influence whether or not people hang around to see more than a page or […]

62. Where are your images and files stored in WordPress

Where Are Your Images And Files Stored In WordPress?

WordPress has a built-in system to manage your media uploads like images, videos, music, documents, etc. This system lets you upload, manage, edit, and delete files from your WordPress media library. By default, WordPress stores all your images and media uploads in /wp-content/uploads/ folder on your server. All uploads are organized in a month and […]


Plugin Submission And Promotion In WordPress

The fastest, easiest and best way to get your plugin out there is uploading your plugin to the WordPress Plugin Directory. If you have it there you will be able to easily push out automatic upgrades to all your users when you find a bug, it will save you worrying about bandwidth. It will also give […]