What is the best way to make sure your custom post types don’t show up in WordPress search results? You can exclude them using WordPress’s native functionality.
A step by step guide on how to remove unused WordPress image sizes or post thumbnails to save the disk space and bandwidth on your WordPress website.
Statistics show that it is very useful to show some kind of help texts at the featured image upload section for the post editors.
WordPress doesn’t provide any built-in functionality to search custom posts by ID in WordPress Dashboard. Fortunately, it’s not that complex. Read this tutorial.
Want to attach a PDF or any supported file to the WooCommerce order confirmation email for your customer when they purchase products from your shop? Read this.
Do you want the “Create an account?” checkbox to be auto checked while customers filling out your WooCommerce store’s checkout form?
In this small tutorial, we are going to show you how to limit or restrict the number of digits in the billing and shipping ZIP code field on the WoCommerce checkout page.
In this tutorial, we are going to see, how to highlight the searched keywords on the WordPress search result page. Follow this tutorial to enhance your WordPress search result page.
While creating a custom post type, sometimes we need to load specific scripts/styles related only to that specific custom post type and we don’t want to load those on other pages.
Sometimes we need to create ‘Archive Only’ Custom post types with no single view. By using a specific hook, we can do this with a little bit of tweaking.
Sometimes we need to show all of the published custom posts of a specific custom post type on its archive page that should not have a posts pagination.
Do you want to use/upload SVG images on the WordPress media library but can not upload in the media library due to security reasons? Please follow this tutorial to use SVG images in your WordPress site.