Adding Google Fonts In , add the following line below the comment: Replace the font URL with the one you get from Google Fonts. Removing the Front Page Jumbotron In , comment out the first line: Adding before a line of php comments it out, preventing it from functioning. You can also […]
Installing WordPress Create a new workspace in Cloud9. Name it “final-project” Give it a description Select WordPress as the workspace type: To access the WordPress Dashboard you’ll need to start the web server by clicking the Run Project button. Select Preview Running Application under the Preview menu to load the website. The first screen you’ll […]
So, you’ve been working on developing your WordPress website…adding content, images, customizing your WordPress theme…all on a staging or development site. What happens when it’s launch time?
Git is Version Control software that allows you to track changes made to any type of development code and revert those changes with the click of a button.
The effectiveness of a website is very closely tied to its page load time. The faster your page loads, the faster your can get to converting your viewers into customers.
WordPress is Super Popular According to a survey by W3 Techs, WordPress now powers 27.1% of the internet, and is the Content Management System of choice 58.5% of the time.
Generally, it’s highly recommended that you avoid modifying PHP files on a live server. If you make any kind of syntactical error, you run the risk of interrupting the functioning of your entire website and being left with the White Screen of Death.
So, you add a snippet of code to your Genesis Sample Theme’s functions.php file and then all of a sudden the whole screen goes blank. What now? Follow the steps below to reverse your mistake and get back up and running:
Genesis is a very popular WordPress Framework among designers because of how easily it can be modified to change layout and content, without directly modifying the theme files. Today, we are going to use the Genesis Simple Hooks plugin to modify some of the default HTML content of our theme and add a special widget […]
If your design calls for unique sidebar content for each page, use the Genesis Simple Sidebars plugin to create custom sidebars.
What is a WordPress Plugin? Plugins are ways to extend and add to the functionality that already exists in WordPress. The core of WordPress is designed to be lean and lightweight, to maximize flexibility and minimize code bloat. Plugins then offer custom functions and features so that each user can tailor their site to their specific […]
What is a WordPress Theme? A WordPress Theme is a collection of files that work together to produce a graphical interface with an underlying unifying design for a website. These files are called template files. A Theme modifies the way the site is displayed, without modifying the underlying software. Themes may include customized template files, […]