Advanced Topics

Custom Fields

WordPress has the ability to allow post authors to assign custom fields to a post. This arbitrary extra information is known as metadata. This metadata […]

Post Status

Posts in WordPress can have one of a number of statuses. The status of a given post determines how WordPress handles that post. For instance, […]

Post Types

WordPress houses lots of different types of content and they are divided into something called Post Types´╗┐. A single item is called a post however […]

Backing Up Your Database

It is strongly recommended that you backup your database at regular intervals and before an upgrade. Restoring your database from backup is then possible if […]

Using cPanel

This tutorial provides step-by-step examples of creating a database and database user using the cPanel MySQL Database Wizard tool. Login to your site Login to […]

Debugging in WordPress

Debugging PHP code is part of any project, but WordPress comes with specific debug systems designed to simplify the process as well as standardize code […]

phpMyAdmin

What is phpMyAdmin? An administrator’s tool of sorts, phpMyAdmin is a PHP script meant for giving users the ability to interact with their MySQL databases. […]

Writing Code in Your Posts

Whether you write plugins or hacks for WordPress, or you want to add bits and pieces of code about your own WordPress site or other […]

Using Your Browser to Diagnose JavaScript Errors

If you’re experiencing issues with your interactive functionality this may be due to JavaScript errors or conflicts. For example, your flyout menus may be broken, […]

Sticky Posts

Sticky Posts is a feature that places a post at the top of the front page of posts, keeping it there until new sticky posts […]