WordPress by default displays the current version number in many places, this however is easily exploited by hackers. In this tutorial we will teach you how to completely remove the WordPress version from displaying to improve security using PHP functions.
WordPress by default compresses uploaded JPG files to 90% of their original quality. In this tutorial we will teach you how to stop WordPress from compressing JPG image files by using PHP filters instead of a plugin.
Your logo is the most important piece of your overall branding and is usually the first statement a website visitor will most likely identify with. In this tutorial we will teach you how to add a vector logo to your website using CSS3 and a Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG).
While working as a developer within WordPress there will often be times that you must preserve a particular URL structure. In this tutorial we will teach you how to redirect the archive of a Custom Post Type via a WordPress function.
By the end of 2017 the Contact Form 7 plugin’s ‘on_sent_ok’ hook method for redirection will no longer be supported. In this tutorial we will teach you a few different methods to redirect to another URL after WordPress Contact Form 7 Submission without using the ‘on_sent_ok’ hook method.
The best practice in our opinion for usability is to keep your navigation visible for as long as possible before resorting to hiding it. In part 2 of this two-part tutorial we will teach you how to show and hide your newly designed pure CSS hamburger button and navigation using Media Queries and jQuery for your responsive website.
One of the most important aspects of responsive web design is the navigation, it typically needs to be hidden and accessed via a button. In Part 1 of this two-part tutorial we will teach you how to create an animated hamburger button with CSS and jQuery for your responsive website.
After completing part 1 of this two-part tutorial you will need to add your custom fields to your actual template file. In part 2 of this tutorial series we will teach you how to display the custom fields you created for your Custom Post Type in your WordPress theme template file using PHP.
You may already know how to add ACF custom option pages but did you know that you can take them a step further? In part 1 of this two-part tutorial we are going to teach you how to add custom fields to a custom post type using the Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) WordPress plugin and a PHP function.
On mobile devices a very common occurrence is when text strings are too long to fit inside the container element thus overflowing it. In this tutorial we will teach you how to easily break overflowing text strings responsively using the CSS word-break property.
You may have seen major websites with truncated text in the sidebar in order to keep things tight and neatly organized. In this tutorial we will teach you how to easily truncate text strings responsively while adding ellipsis at the end via CSS.
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.