Chances are, your website could be loading much faster, and unfortunately, not doing anything about it may cost you. Here are eight steps that you can take today to achieve big improvements— none of which require a redesign.
Wordpress’ built-in taxonomies (categories and tags) are pretty useful if you’re running a blog, and each taxonomy can serve a distinct purpose in making it easier for your users to find content that interests them. But what about when you want to disable or remove one of them altogether?
Here’s the problem. You have a background image somewhere on your website that looks great on your trusty, old-fashioned desktop PC monitor, but appears blurry or pixelated on your Retina display iPad. You can use CSS media queries to target high-density displays and supply them with a separate, 2x resolution version of your image, but with this simple SCSS mixin, the entire process becomes downright easy.
The Gravity Forms plugin is fantastic, but by default, only administrators can create & edit forms built with it. Here’s how to let users with the “editor” role (or any other role, for that matter) do the same.
Posts, pages, comments, and even custom post types in Wordpress rely on a screen often referred to as the “Edit Posts” screen, the “All Posts” screen, or sometimes, just edit.php. Here, you can get a list of all of your posts (of a given type) in a nice, clean table with sortable columns and pagination; from this table, you can edit, quick edit, trash, or view a given post, making it a very useful screen in managing any Wordpress site. But how can you add custom columns to this screen for custom post meta fields?