Back in 2010 we wrote a tutorial on how to create a digital 8-bit style effect for corners using only CSS. Now it’s 2017 and we’ve decided to revisit our earlier method and improve upon it. In this tutorial we will teach you an updated method for coding beautiful responsive digital 8-bit style corners using only 100% CSS3 requiring zero images and less markup.
PayPal Donate Buttons are a fast and easy way to accept online donation payments for your WordPress blog or site. In this tutorial we will teach you how to create a PayPal Donate Button shortcode in WordPress via a PHP function.
While developing a website or blog in WordPress with Custom Post Type’s there may come a time when you do not want to actually display the Single Post. In this tutorial we will teach you how to redirect all Single Posts of a Custom Post Type via a WordPress function.
There are various ways that you can choose to secure your WordPress website and protect it from malicious requests. In this tutorial we will teach you how to protect your WordPress site from malicious requests via a WordPress function.
WordPress has made huge improvements to the Media Library over time but one thing that has been lacking is the ability to add custom classes to image links as an option. In this tutorial we will teach you how to dynamically add a custom class to image links in WordPress by utilizing PHP functions.
In order to register support for certain theme features in WordPress the add_theme_support function needs to be utilized. In this tutorial we will teach you how to add features in WordPress using the Add Theme Support function.
The WordPress search function by default will display all published pages and posts in the search results. In this tutorial we will teach you how to search only posts or pages in WordPress by utilizing PHP functions.
There are many different situations that can arise where it makes sense to install WordPress into a subdirectory. In this tutorial we will teach you how to serve your WordPress subdirectory installation from the website root without having to move any files.
Almost every website contains some type of copyright notice typically found in the footer and the best practice is to always keep the year current. In this tutorial we will teach you how to add a dynamic copyright to your footer in WordPress.
At Daddy Design we are always constantly working on improving our website ranking in Google and Alexa. One way to succeed is to ensure that your website has a quick page load response time with high rankings in Pingdom, Google PageSpeed and GTmetrix.
WordPress will typically redirect broken links and missing pages/posts to a 404 error page, sometimes it’s better to redirect them to your Wordpress home page instead. In this tutorial we will teach you how to use PHP to redirect all 404 errors to the home page in WordPress.
When the situation arises where you don’t end up utilizing the actual WordPress content editor, we feel that is best practice to hide it in order to avoid any potential confusion. In this tutorial we will teach you how to hide the content editor on specific pages via a WordPress function.