In one of the previous tutorials I have shown how to create a new page in the WordPress Admin dashboard where you can create additional settings fields. If you followed that tutorial, you probably now have an empty page that shows in the WordPress admin menu.
Sometimes you might want to create your own admin page in WordPress where you can manage settings that are not WordPress default. Let’s say you want to create a Poll plugin for your blogs and you need to have an admin section where the WordPress administrators can create polls.
Sometimes you might need to display content on the WordPress homepage only. For example, I needed to display this Carole Nash banner only on the homepage of the blog.
Sometimes you might need people just edit posts in specific categories in WordPress. There are a few easy steps to restrict editors access to specific post categories in WordPress: creating the author account and assign it to the editor role create the specific categories use a plugin to restrict the editors access to only the […]
In this tutorial I will show you how easy is to change the look and feel of the titles in a self-hosted WordPress blog. In theory each theme has a CSS file where you could easily modify the CSS, but as themes nowadays are more complex and can include multiple CSS files to accommodate different […]
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Not sure where to start learning how to change the WordPress themes to change the look&feel of your site? Or maybe you are into a bit of coding to add customizations to the WordPress dashboard to make content editing a bit easier or looking to create your first plugin? If you’re planning to extend WordPress […]
Probably if you read any tutorial about using blogs as a way to communicate with the audience you already know that you should engage with your readers in a conversation and not a one way flow of information. You start the initial communication by writing a post and your followers can participate by commenting. To […]
One of the first things you would want to add to a WordPress blog is probably a contact form. This is very easy to do with the help of 2 free plugins: Really Simple CAPTCHA and Contact Form 7 and the result looks like this: But first, add a contact page: from the WordPress dashboard […]