Usually the archive pages in WordPress leave a lot to be desired and sometimes you want to list posts by category so users have a much nicer way of interacting with your content so it can be useful to have access to a list posts by category shortcode. What we’re aiming for is a listing […]
When using a WordPress plugin there are times when a small extra feature is all you need to finish your project. If you’re in a hurry or simply are not a technical person, the last thing you want to do is spend time implementing a custom plugin that extends Profile Builder. This year we’ve spent […]
When trying to optimize your site for speed, you really want to remove unused CSS JS files in WordPress . With WordPress sites using a lot of plugins, when you try to optimize page loading times you’ll soon hit a roadblock. You got a good fast host, enabled caching, optimized your images and removed any […]
When you’re launching a membership site the last thing you want to do is worry someone will steal the content you’ve worked months or even years on. As illogical as it is, your brain will loose focus from working on the important things: content adding value to your proposals marketing your membership site researching new […]
Ever landed up on a webpage that asked you to register or login, only to forget the original article / page where you wanted to be after registering or login in? Doing those steps is ok, after all you probably wanted to take those actions anyway.
But why not try and make the entire experience a little bit better and more user friendly?
When you have WordPress Multisite active, all users are shared between all blogs because the wp_users table is the same for all blogs. By default, it’s simply not possible to enable WordPress user registration on a subsite only. To go around this, first thing we need to do is enable registration in our network admin: […]
When building a company website, chances are you’ll be looking for a client portal plugin where an administrator can add files and information related to a particular client. And most of the times it doesn’t have to be something complicated. There are solutions like simply creating a password protected page or using an existing plugin. […]
WordPress 4.5 “Coleman” was released with a lot of improvements and new features. This release was led by Mike Schroder, backed up by Adam Silverstein as Release Deputy, Mel Choyce as Release Design Lead, and the help of 298 contributors with props in this release. While there is no big ticket item on the list, […]
After several years, our website design was no longer in sync with what we wanted from our brand. It was also built at a time when responsive websites were just becoming mainstream and we never took the time to make sure it looks good on smaller devices. While we wanted to do a redesign for […]
Sometimes you want to begin user registrations in your WordPress site at a particular date and time in the future. Luckily it’s simple enough and it requires just a small plugin. There’s no UI and you’ll have to modify the $open_registration_time variable with your time and hour, but it’s as simple as it gets: create […]