Introduction If you’re like me, then you’ve probably found yourself asking why your WordPress site is slow and unresponsive. After all, if your site is slow in general, then how could it be optimized? That’s why I’m here! In this blog post, we’ll look at how to optimize your wordpress database using plugins (and even…
Do you want to change your checkout and make it look like Shopify? We’ve got the perfect tutorial for you. In this guide, we’ll show you how to make your WooCommerce checkout like Shopify.
WooCommerce is one of the most flexible eCommerce platforms with numerous customization options. But sometimes, all these perks can be overwhelming for site admins and customers. For example, we already know that a complicated checkout page with lots of fields can affect your conversion rates. That’s why you should remove unnecessary fields and keep your checkout clean and simple.
Hi, I am writing a small super handy script to change any standard text of WordPress framework that will make your life easy for editing the theme, Woocommerce, or any plugin word all over the website with just 1 Step. So I don’t want to write any more on it giving you guys extra data…
It’s the little things that make a difference, right? That’s part of what makes WordPress so great – the number of ways in which it can be customised to meet your specific needs is virtually limitless.
So I have gathered my own Additional Useful Code Snippets for WordPress.
Sure you can find plugins to meet just about every need imaginable which usually cost you your load time on the website. What if you can find a simple snippet to get the job done, it’s usually the path of least resistance.
We know that plugins can be used to extend the functionality of WordPress. But what if you can do some smaller things in WordPress without installing them? Say, you dislike the admin bar at the top and wish to eliminate it? Yes, that can be accomplished by means of code snippets for WordPress. So let us see some Useful Code Snippets for WordPress.
Adding custom code snippets in WordPress is very easy by going to the function.php of your theme file. This is the answer you’ll get on every other blog but we need to understand the code of your website according to your way and it’s a very tedious task to handle on every theme update as once your theme is updated your code will no longer work.
Hello Coders,I am starting a new series of code snippets where I’ll be publishing all the code snippets to edit on WordPress core functionality by easily adding them to your function.php file I have been getting lots of queries in the contact form for starting this. By default, WordPress uses ‘WordPress’ as the sender name…