Video header WordPress Tutorial

Video headers can be distinctive and attractive visual enhancements for websites. If used wisely, a short video right on page load can tell quite a story about your website topic. Our Video header WordPress tutorial will show you how to create a custom header with video background for your website. This tutorial is intended for […]

WordPress Custom Fields and get_post_meta Tutorial

In most cases, WordPress Custom Fields are used to display any kind additional information related to a certain post or page. Although there’s a wide variety of custom fields uses in WordPress, this tutorial will focus on the basic implementation. We’ll show you how to manually enable, create and display WordPress Custom Fields. Understanding WordPress […]

How to display WordPress featured image tutorial

Since the very beginig WordPress, the featured image was one of the main elements of each post and page. It was mainly used as a thumbnail photo in post feeds such as categories, archives or search results. Nowadays there’s a wide variety of application for it, depending of the developer’s imagination and ideas. This tutorial […]

How to use is_front_page and is_home functions in WordPress

In many cases WordPress developers want to display specific content only on homepage. In other cases they’ll want to display some content only on subpages and not on the homepage. This content can be any kind of HTML elements (text, images…), event template parts such as widget areas (sidebars) or headers and footers (different on […]

Simple Estimated reading time PHP code WordPress script

Many blogs and web magazines display their articles estimated reading time. This information is usually displayed in the header of the article together with other meta data. Showing the read time estimate encourages visitors to read the post, as they know how much time it will take them. The result is increased visitors engagement on […]

Estimated read time PHP script for WordPress

Modern web magazines and blogs show to their visitors estimated read time for each article. This information encourage visitors to read an article, increases visitor engagement on the web site and improves user experience. It results with more page views and lower bounce rate. The reading time estimate is usually displayed in the article header […]

How to disable comments in WordPress

By default, all posts and pages in WordPress allow users to post comments. While some websites will find this feature useful, in most cases comment forms only attract spam bots. Spam is the primary reason to disable comments in WordPress. To block comments, developers can customize Discussion settings, edit the template files or use a […]

How to embed custom stylesheet CSS files into WordPress?

Either if creating your own WordPress theme, a child-theme from it’s parent or editing a theme, you will encounter the need to add your own CSS custom stylesheet. Most probably you will also want to override some styles from the default theme stylesheet. There are several ways to add your own styles and/or override default […]