You might have seen some of the popular websites having a search icon with a nice looking toggle effect. Some of them showing full-screen toggle and some search box toggle. In this tutorial I am sharing you Steps for achieving search box toggle effect with the help of code snippets, the theme am using is Twenty Sixteen. If you would like to browse more popular themes then have a look at SpiceThemes
WordPress is one of the best and easy to use content management systems we have today. It comes with a simple login page, which some people might not find appealing. In this tutorial, I am going to share a very simple way that one can easily customize the login page using the Adjusting the Logo’s … Read more
If you have ever run a blog, you must have faced the problem of comment spam. Spammers engage in comment spam for link building purpose.
One simple way to discourage spammers is to remove the url field from the comment form. This will ensure that spammers cannot use your comment form for link building purpose.
In this post I will share a small snippet which will remove the url field from your comment form.
I recommend you to use the code snippet plugin in order to run this piece of code. Using the code snippet plugin ensures that your changes remain intact even after you change your theme.
In this post I will share a simple technique which can be used to disable theme update. This will prevent both automatic and manual updates.
Running an outdated theme is not the best practice, but there might be some use cases where not updating the theme is required. For this tip to work, you don’t need to make any changes to the core wordpress files.
There are quite a few custom css plugins , however majority of them apply the custom css site wide. If you want to apply the css to a specific page, then one approach is to make edits to the theme functions.php file. However this approach is not recommended , as the changes will be lost if you change the theme.
In this tutorial I will share a simple technique to add custom css to a specific Page or Post in WordPress. The best part is that we don’t need to make any edits to the templates files or the functions.php file. We will achieve this without using any custom css plugin.
By default WordPress does not accept hyperlinks in the widget title. Even if you enter a hyperlink , it will strip down all the html tags and simply print out the text. So basically in order to link the widget titles, we’ll need to find a way to make WordPress accept html in Widget Title.
Here is a little snippet which lets you add a hyperlink in the widget title. The snippet makes use of widget_title filter and it will dynamically replace custom tags with actual html tags. You can use the Code Snippet plugin to run this piece of code.
The one page WordPress site administrator’s use the most is the login page. And most of us have tried to customize the look of that page in one way or another. However, despite providing a custom look, the login page does not always have to be a separate page.
On the contrary, you can easily put the login form in the sidebar. By doing that, you will be providing a simple log in solution for your visitors. The users will also feel encouraged to register into your site once they see the log in form.
Choosing the Plugin
While it is possible to add the log in form manually, we won’t go into that much hassle. Being a proud WordPress user, we have lots of third-party plugins for that purpose. For this tutorial, I will use Sidebar Login, an absolutely free plugin with more than seventy thousand active installs at this moment.
In this Post I will share a short snippet which will display the widget id inside the widget form.
One can also get the widget id by inspecting the html but I find that rather tedious and user unfriendly. So I wrote this short snippet. All you need to do is include it on your site and every widget form will display the widget-id.
Category is an important feature of WordPress. By categorizing your posts, you can provide a properly organized site to your visitors. Unfortunately, WordPress does not provide lots of options when it comes to displaying category or related posts. In this regard, the only option you have is the Recent Posts widget. The simple and basic widget does not provide any customization or sorting options.
In today’s post, I will discuss about four plugins that will let you display posts from specific categories. These plugins will allow you to display recent and relevant posts in different ways.
In this Post I will share a technique which can be used to insert the Navigation Menu inside your content like Page or a Post. It is really simple and can be done without writing any code.
The Idea Behind
Well the concept is pretty simple. We will insert the navigation menu by embedding the Custom Menu widget inside our content. We will utilize the AMR Shortcode Widget plugin for this.