WordPress 3.8 arrives with redesigned dashboard, new theme and widget screens, vector-based icons, and many more

WordPress.org announced the debut of WordPress 3.8, which introduces a modern new design that the company calls its “most beautiful update yet.” You can download the new release now from WordPress.org/Download (it’s 6.10MB). Dubbed “Parker” in honor of American jazz saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker, WordPress 3.8 brings a new look to the entire admin […]

Improve loading, Remove unnecessary scripts and styles in WordPress

Some of the plugins, when installed, add 2 or 3 scripts and stylesheets to every page on website. This isn’t necessarily a problem but it would be nice to have scripts loaded only on pages that actually need them. Let’s take a example of the most popular Contact Form 7 plugin. Most likely, only pages […]

Add a Custom Post Type Submenu To Another Post Type Menu

Custom Post Types are the most powerful features of WordPress, specially if you’re in the business of creating custom solutions for clients beyond normal bloging functionality. Introducing a new menu in the WordPress dashboard is really easy when using the custom post type API; however, what about the case when you have a custom post […]

Paginate WordPress posts with a thumbnail image

Its always nice to give your website users the ability to paginate through your posts, and there are a couple of simple inbuilt functions that will allow you to do so from with in the individual posts, by that I mean these functions should be used on the single.php template or single-{post-type}.php template. By using […]

Show Custom Post Types on the Homepage

Custom post types are commonly used in WordPress sites, but they don’t show on the homepage or in the archive pages unless you write code to do that. I’ve put together some code that is smart about detecting your public custom post types and automatically adding them to your homepage and archive pages:

Enable Automatic Updates for WordPress Themes and Plugins

With version 3.7 WordPress introduced automatic updates. By default, these are on for maintenance and security releases only, but the underlying code is smart enough to support updates for themes and plugins. Here’s a simple code that will enable automatic updates for themes: And here’s one for plugins: Please copy above code and past into […]

How to add custom fields to your WordPress edit screens

We have too many way to create fields in wordpress admin edit screen. But i always prefer plugins. So today i going to introduces with a Best Custom fields Creation plugin. The plugin name is “Custom Field Suite”. Please check bellow link for plugin details: Plugin author link https://uproot.us/ Plugin Document link https://uproot.us/projects/cfs/documentation/

WordPress 3.6: What’s new, and why it Batters

A New User Interface to Create Menus Many of users often found Menus confusing. WordPress 3.6 comes with a new and simpler user interface to create and edit menus for your website. It has two tabs, one for editing menus and another to manage locations. This new interface is easy to use, and i think […]

How to track Post Hits by Using WordPress Post Meta without plugin.

This is a small trick, any one can use this trick in wordpress theme. Just open your wordpress thme function file “function.php”. And put bellow functions into your function file. The above functions’ will create a custom field called ‘post_views_count’ attached to the ID of a post that will record the data but, if we […]

Disable Post Revisions in WordPress and Reduce Database Size

Post revisions is a great feature that WordPress has to offer but for some users it might not be the best option. For users who have limited database space, or for users creating WordPress as a CMS where they don’t need autosave, they can simply disable Post Revisions feature in WordPress by following this tutorial. […]