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 […]

Add a Status Text Next to Your WordPress Post Title

In this tutorial I will show you how you can add a status text next to the post title based on a condition. There are two different ways you can handle this: Show the status text dynamically when WordPress is rendering the post title. Update the post title text in the wp_posts database table using a […]

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=”http://example.com/downloads/my-script.zip” button_text=”Buy Now”] […]

How to Use Menus in 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 manage Navigation Menus on your site within the WordPress Customizer. How to use advanced menu properties. How to add […]

Adding Your Own Custom Fields in the Software License Manager Plugin

This is a tutorial for the Software License Manger plugin. This tutorial is aimed at advanced WordPress Plugin developers. Lets say, you want to create an extension or a custom plugin to add couple of extra fields to save some info with each of the license keys. Below is a guideline on how to do it.

Hiding the Download URL of the File with Simple Download Monitor Plugin

The simple download monitor plugin has an option that you can use to keep the download URL of the file hidden. This can be useful if you are offering some password protected file downloads and you want to keep the actual URL of those files hidden.

AMP Boot Camp: Making Your WordPress Site AMP-Only

AMP, or Accelerated Mobile Pages, is meant to be displayed on mobile devices that often lack in the powerful hardware of the desktop computer. AMP pages are marked up in a special way, and keep speed in mind. They limit the tags that can be used, and feature a rule set of which can be […]

How to Advertise to Your WordPress Visitors from Facebook

In this article, and the attached video, I will walk you through the process of allowing Facebook to “collect” the visitors of your WordPress web site into an “audience” that you can later advertise to from Facebook. First though, why would you want to do this? Well, when people visit your web site, they often […]

Upgrading the Core WordPress Custom Menu Widget

In this article, I walk through upgrading the Custom Menu widget for WordPress to offer the ability to use the Menu Name as the Title for the menu, without the redundancy of having to retype it. I do not hack the core to make these changes. I add code to the functions.php file of a […]

Adding a Custom Column to the Users Table in WordPress

In this tutorial I will explain how you can add a custom column to the users table in WordPress. I will go through an example of adding a custom field in the WP users table to display all post statuses and types at a glance. I used to find myself often in the “Screen Options” […]