Introduction for WordPress Themes Shortcodes

What Are Shortcodes? Shortcodes are a convenient method that WordPress implements which provides a way to generate dynamic and often complex functionality from very little input. While developers often create functionality to provide additional features for a website; they are executed by calling PHP code. Users however, are often not developers, and as such...

Cubby-What Evaluation Say

About Cubby is sepcially designed to help make a website as easy as it can get. As a free WordPress theme, Cubby provides you with some features that premium themes can do, for example the slides in the home page, the client says below the large slide, and more. The wonderful homepage design gives...

Make WordPress Themes Translation Ready

Firstly, you should understand i18n and l10n below. What is i18n and l10n? Internationalization and localization (commonly abbreviated as i18n and l10n respectively) are terms used to describe the effort to make WordPress (and other such projects) available in languages other than English for people from different locales, who have different dialects and local preferences. The process of localizing software has two steps. The first step is...

Translate Translation Ready WordPress Themes

Finding a Theme Ready to Translate First things first, you’ll need to find a theme to translate. But you can’t just translate any old theme – you need a theme that has been localized using the GNU gettext framework. In other words, the theme is ready to be translated. If your theme hasn’t been...

Customizing WordPress Themes Text Widget

What’s Text Widget The Text Widget allows you to add text or HTML to your sidebar. It’s the most popular widget because of its power and flexibility. You can use a text widget to display text, links, images, HTML, or a combination of these. Note: Text Widgets fall under the same code security restrictions...

Advanced Theme Menu Settings

Before you read this article, you may need read Custom WordPress Themes Menus in WP Admin. Once you have created a custom menu and added any pages, category pages, or custom links you like, you may want to check out these advanced menu capabilities to get the most out of your custom menu. Screen Options...

Different Ways to Disable Auto Updates in WordPress

I have to admit there are a few compelling reasons to disable auto updates, including: You manage your site using version control You implement your own deployment mechanism (potentially to multiple servers) You are a managed WordPress host and feel confident in pushing timely updates yourself It’s pretty clear that disabling the entire updater...