In this article, let’s talk about custom post types. What are they, why we need them, how to create them programmatically, and have a look on its anatomy in case you want to have custom design templates for the pages generated by the custom post type.
In this post, I would like to implement one small feature: when user clicks an image within my post entry, the image will be opened into a lightbox, so that it is bigger to see. This is useful in case the image has some small details that you would like users to see better. I […]
A modified date will let web visitors know the date that an article was updated, not the publish date (which probably was several years ago!). It provides some trust to the content of the article, also is a plus point for SEO. I use Newspaper theme in two WordPress websites. It works amazingly as described, […]
If you want to create a floating element (such as button) to your WordPress website but do not want to install any plugin, follow this article. In this post, I will show you one simple method to add a call-to-action element (buttons, or text, or anything) stay fixed on the web page no matter how […]
Sometimes you may want to add information to every posts but don’t want to open every single post to add that line. In this article, I will show you how to implement three use cases simply by using wordpress add_filter and the_content hook. You may add anything at the end, or at the beginning, of […]
To transform the post title into different style, for example uppercase, you don’t need to use any plugin. In this article I will show you how to do it simply by using WordPress filter. What we are going to do is to add a filter hook, so that the title of a post will go […]