Replace Content in Your WordPress using SQL

Like we all know, we can use SQL to replace or remove some content in our WordPress using phpMyAdmin, on this post I will show you How To Replace/Remove Content on Your WordPress using SQL. On this trick you can access trough phpMyAdmin on your server or using plugin WP-DBManager and you can direct access […]

A Big Compilation of WordPress Code

If you are a theme designer who needs to know WordPress code or just enjoy customizing your existing WordPress theme, it can sometimes be a hassle digging around for the WordPress code you need. I’ve spent a lot of time on this site collecting various snippets of code since launch and decided that it would […]

Filtering WordPress Categories Using an Undocumented Hook

In this article, we will briefly cover WordPress hooks and use an undocumented one in order to manipulate category listings. After some further digging, while it is not listed on the WordPress filter list, it appears that this “undocumented hook” is mentioned on the get_terms() function reference. So, we’ll call this a somewhat undocumented hook. Anybody who knows […]

How to Use JQuery to Manage WordPress Sidebars

I recently finished a project that pushed WordPress farther than I have ever before. Essentially, each of the 18 categories was a micro-site with its own styling and two widgetized areas. That means 36 different widgetized sections! When viewing the Widget page in the WordPress Dashboard, the list of widget areas extended quite a bit […]

How To Display a Different Number of Search Results in WordPress

WordPress treats every page/post-listing just about the same. Whether it’s the homepage, a blog category, search results, or even your average page, the same basic logic is used to generate it. This also means that the same settings, including the number of posts displayed per page, are used across the board. However, this is not […]

How To Display External RSS Feeds in WordPress

In our recent post, we wrote about WordPress Feed Tricks, right now we will do something else. Sometimes we have another useful resource about our blog and we need to put the content in the Sidebar. With a little bit of code and a slight tweak, we can do it on our WordPress. How To […]

The Best Responsive WooCommerce Themes 2014

WooCommerce 2.0 was released in 2013, and with it came the next generation in WordPress based eCommerce. WordPress is often classed as a platform designed for blogging, but with its amazing functionality, SEO capabilities and easy to use content managment system, you can get massive functionality out of it for ANY project you’re looking to […]