While working on the redesign for the Moss Construction website we used a layout structure that consisted of an image section and content section side by side where the image was locked in place until the content scrolled completely. In this tutorial we will teach you the basic bare bones coding approach we used to achieve a side by side locked image layout.
Every time you delete an item in WordPress such as a post, page, or comment it is marked as trash. In this tutorial we will teach you how to limit the automatic WordPress empty trash feature in order to reduce the size of your database.
If you are seeing an allowed memory size exhausted error in WordPress, don’t worry because this is one of the most common WordPress errors and also one of the easiest to fix. In this tutorial we will teach you how to fix the Memory Exhausted Error in WordPress by increasing the PHP memory limit.
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.
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.
The WordPress post count can be used to achieve many different types of layouts or additions to the WordPress loop. In this tutorial we will teach you how to add a featured class to the first post in the WordPress loop using the post count.
The way a WordPress website functions is just as important as how it looks, providing easy access to viewing more content in a seamless way can help improve the overall user experience. In this tutorial we will teach you how to easily load more posts on your WordPress website or blog utilizing the built in more post linking navigation and jQuery.