Debugging WP Mail is hard as it only returns true or false. I am showing you a way to get those WP Mail debugging messages in your error log file.
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In today’s small tip, I will show you how to copy and paste whole rows from one OptimizePress site to another.
Speed undoubtedly matters and is being considered in everything, whether it’s a car speed or just a business website loading speed. None of us can neglect its significance at all. When it comes to the technology, WordPress is the most feature-rich CMS embellished with top-class functionality that can not only optimize your website speed, but […]
Recently I’ve ran into a serious pickle – WordPress menu disappeared on me after adding new items and clicking on “Save menu” button. Naturally, I’ve tried increasing “max_input_vars” cause WordPress is known to be messing up menus with large items (menu in question had 89 items). But this didn’t help. So, I’ve started debugging and […]
Recently I needed to show posts that weren’t in any of the categories (for my custom archive page). It is a very common problem that you encounter when adding new custom post types to WordPress. I came up with this little WordPress tip: Let me explain what is going on. We are creating new WP_Query […]
I was playing with Homestead on a Windows machine and found out how difficult it is to install and use Gulp on Windows and Homestead. So I decided to write it down and share it.
This is a quick tip for WordPress translation of themes and plugins the right way.
Useful WordPress hook that allows you to catch callbacks in WordPress admin.
As of 11th of June, Twitter discontinued old Twitter API, so I decided to show you how to get twitter follower count using the new 1.1 Twitter API
During a recent project, I had to add some custom links to page listings in WordPress admin besides Edit, View and Delete. Here is a small tip on how to do that.