For theme developers it is important that your theme page displays the correct page title. There can be some confusion in theme developer when they are working on a static page that is being used to display the a list of posts. By default your WordPress site will display a list of the most recent posts on the index.php page of your theme. But this will mean that it will
The WordPress media library is one of my favourite features in using WordPress over other CMS's, when you upload a new image into WordPress it will convert it to a number of a different sizes. These sizes can be defined in the settings -> media page, it will list three different image types where you can define new sizes for these image types. These means that every image you upload
Sometimes I've needed to build a new page outside of WordPress but still have the ability to access the WordPress database from this new page. This would normally use custom tables you've created. To access the WordPress database normally you would just need to use the global variable $wpdb. This object connects to your database using the credentials found in the wp-config.php in the constant variables DB_NAME, DB_HOST, DB_USER, DB_PASSWORD.
In WordPress you can setup scheduled tasks that allow you to run a certain action at a scheduled time in the day. As this runs a set action you can perform a number of tasks at the same time. To setup the scheduled tasks all you have to do is use the WordPress function of wp_schedule_event(). The schedule event function takes 4 parameters. $timestamp - This must be the timestamp
When you create a new site in WordPress multisite it will automatically assign a theme to the new site. It does not use the theme that you have activate on the other sites or on the network setup but will use the default theme that is setup in WordPress. Depending on the version of WordPress you are using it will use a different default theme, at the time of writing
In WordPress you can easily password protect a page from the admin area. All you have to do is under the publish block edit visibility and select password protected. A textbox will appear and you can type in a password for the page. The password is not a password field so it's not hidden from view, this is so admin users can still see what the password for the page
WordPress shortcodes was introduced in WordPress version 2.5 and is a great way of adding full flexibility and control of certain functionality to the editor of your WordPress CMS. The best thing about shortcodes is that it allows editors to run a certain bit of code within the content area of your site. Having the ability of adding shortcodes means that the editor can also select the position to place