Functions.php is a file found in your Theme’s folder. To understand the file location, look at the following wordpress theme hierarchy. Adding Code to the Functions File The functions file is where you put various features and functionality within your wordpress theme. You can achieve this by defining your own functions or by calling built-in […]
A WordPress Theme is a collection of files that produce the graphical interface for a wordpress website. You can find plenty of free or premium themes on internet. A good premium theme providers will aggressively Update their themes with new features and functionality Add more security features or bug Fixes Update any browser compatibility issue […]
Spam is a huge problem for every website. Spammers love WordPress sites. Spam comments are irritating, and your readers might lose faith in you. Spam comments can negatively impact your search engine rankings. Akismet is one of the best comment spam filtering service that blocks spam in comments automatically. It is free to use and […]
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Having an interactive slideshow on top of a web page let you highlight your site’s important details on your site in a visual manner. Sliders immediately grab your visitors’ attention and allows users to quickly take action. Most websites put slideshow at the top of the page before their main content. There are many WordPress […]
WordPress has plenty of WordPress slider plugins ready at your disposal. Most will get overwhelmed by the many slider plugins available in WordPress. Those who want to try using plugins won’t go dwell into buying them. Others just don’t want to spend money in a slider. So if you’re looking for free WordPress plugins to […]
By default, WordPress shows your most recent blog posts on the front page of your site. WordPress comes with built-in support for creating a splash page as the front page(static front page), and a separate page for blog posts. From your admin panel go to Setttings » Reading. Scroll down to Front page displays option. […]