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When you find a WordPress theme that’s perfect for your website, with a design you.. mostly love, it might be time to take matters into your hands. But if you’re not confident enough to change the design of a WordPress theme by yourself, rest assured you’ve come to the right place.
In this post we will cover the 5 main ways of changing the design of a WordPress theme, starting out with the very simple, and ending up with intermediate solutions.
It’s been half a year since I joined the 10up team and I’ve been learning so much about the CMS I love so far. Working with a company where I can continue my WordPress adventures full time has been a rewarding experience. I’ve met new people, dived into open source, and made new discoveries in WordPress. Since it’s long past due for a new post here on RachieVee, I’d love to share 10 WordPress things I’ve learned working with 10up – a mixture of newly discovered tools, techniques and functions
he Rewrite API for WordPress is an important feature that you probably don’t read much about, yet you’re no doubt using without even realizing it.
The API provides the functionality for creating your own unique links – permalinks – for your website.
In this tutorial, I’ll explain permalinks in-depth – what they are, why they are permanent, their possible structures, and how you can rewrite them in a form that is intelligible for both humans and machines. I’ll also explain some key concepts behind permalinks in WordPress, first looking at how to add variables to non-optimized URLs and how to use these variables and their values to query your database. Later, we’ll explore URL rewriting and how to build the best structure for pretty permalinks.
In my previous post, I introduced Custom Post Types (CPT) and how to create one for your WordPress powered website.
We also took a look at how to customize the various UI labels of a custom post type to make it distinct from the native post and page post types. However, we didn’t cover how to customize the admin notices generated by them.
In this tutorial, I will be covering how to customize these notices and also how to register new taxonomies to a custom post type.
The excitement is building and you are about ready to go live with a new WordPress website. The WordPress site you are about to launch could be for yourself, a client or a friend, and you don’t want to make a mistake and forget something. With this complete WordPress launch checklist, you should be able to avoid and prepare for any number of scenarios.