If you already installed WordPress, you know the wp-config.php file: this is the file where you set up your database connection info and define your site language. But you can do a lot more things with the wp-config.php file. In this article, I’ll show you 10+ tricks, using wp-config.php, to boost your WordPress website.
The dashboard is an essential part of WordPress, as it is the place where you write posts and install plugins. But as a developer and/or freelancer, you have to be careful about what your clients are doing on the dashboard of their WordPress powered websites. Today, I have compiled 10 super useful hacks to customize, modify or enhance WordPress dashboard.
WordPress is indeed one of the fastest way to build blogs and websites. Page templates allows you to create a page with a different layout in order to fill a specific need. In this article, I have compiled over 10 super useful tutorials to create page templates for all needs.
Action hooks and filters are very useful in WordPress. They allow you to “hook” a custom function to an existing function, which allows you to modify WordPress functionality without editing core files. Today, here are 10 super usefull action hooks and filters to supercharge your WordPress install!
After years of usage, your WordPress database can contain weird characters, be filled with data you don’t need anymore, and so on. In this article, I’m going to show you 10+ SQL queries to clean up your WordPress database.
The WordPress Transients API is a very useful tool which allow developers to cache data such as the result of a query for future uses. In this article, I’ve compiled a list of useful practical example to div into the power of WordPress Transients API.
For one of my last posts of the year, I have decided to share with you a list of the most exiting, useful and awesome WordPress hacks and code snippets to make your blogger life easier. Have a great read, and happy coding!