How to Remove Powered by WordPress from Your Web Site Footer

If you are interested in removing the “Powered by WordPress” credit from the footer of your web site, this tutorial will go through the steps on how to do that. In this tutorial, you will be introduced to: How to remove or edit the credit link from your theme’s template files How to locate the […]

Simple Table of Contents (ToC) Using Pure HTML and CSS Code

For one of my blogs, I needed a simple and clean Table of Contents (ToC) implementation that uses pure HTML and CSS only (no plugins or JavaScripts). I can then manually add the ToC into any page where I want to show it. This method has the benefit of not having to load any JS […]

Customizing the Payment Button Styles of the Stripe Payments Plugin

In this tutorial I am going to show you how you can customize the payment button styles of the Stripe Payments plugin. You can customize your button styling using “class” parameter of the shortcode. If it’s omitted, your button will retain the default style provided by Stripe: [accept_stripe_payment name=”Test Digital Item” price=”25″ url=”” button_text=”Buy Now”] […]

How to Change Font Size on WordPress

This is a tutorial for the video answers to top WordPress questions series that we have been publishing on this site to help users get started with WordPress. In this tutorial, you will learn: How to modify the size of text within the post and page editor by using default theme styles. How to add […]

CSS Tweaks for The WordPress Download Monitor Plugin

I will share a few CSS tweaks for the download monitor plugin in this tutorial (a few users have asked for it). You should use the Custom CSS plugin to insert these CSS tweaks in your site if you want to use it. The following code examples will give you a really good idea of how to go […]

WordPress Custom CSS Plugin

The WordPress Custom CSS plugin allows you to customize your WordPress site’s appearance by enabling you to easily add custom CSS code without ever having to modify your theme or plugin files. This is perfect for adding custom CSS tweaks to your site. WP Custom CSS plugin has an interface which accepts CSS code via […]

How to Use Firebug to Modify Your WordPress Site’s CSS (Video Tutorial)

In this video tutorial I will show you how you can customize the style of your WordPress site easily using a FireFox addon called Firebug. You can do the same thing using Google Chrome’s inspector tool too. I will do this by walking you through a live example in which I will make a selection […]

CSS Bugging You? Fire Those Bugs!

Cascading Style Sheets; Cascading Style S***; Convulsions, Sleeplessness & Spaghetti — whatever you choose to call it, figuring out what’s going on with your CSS can be one of the most maddening tasks a site administrator can face.  In this article, you will learn about a tool that will lessen your frustrations. In the beginning, […]

Basic Guide to CSS

Many people want to make simple CSS changes but do not know where to start or are afraid that they will change the wrong thing. As a result of this I get asked a lot of CSS related questions from new WordPress users. The fact is that learning CSS is not really that hard. Once […]

10 Common HTML Mistakes to Avoid

The following is a list of common HTML mark up mistakes made by front end developers. Whether you are a newbie web designer, or a programmer who wants to try his hands in UI designing, try to avoid these mistakes. 1. Don’t place Block elements within Inline elements An HTML element is displayed as Block […]