Even though WordPress makes it so easy to update things with just a single click, you always still need to update responsibly.
Recently, I gave Theme Blvd's developer documentation website a major update, revisiting all of its content. Of course, in support, the most common customizations questions I get asked are usually related to CSS. So, I decided to add a new chapter about CSS. It covers all of the basics to get you started and is mostly just general information.
Through some recent reminiscing, I uncovered some screenshots of the first website I ever created from 2001, in middle school. Designed in MS Paint and built in Frontpage, this little website was a gem.
In this post, I'll just share a quick code snippet that will allow you to hide the WordPress admin elements to users who have signed up your site under the Subscriber roll.
You may have noticed the cool little featured here on my personal blog where, instead of showing the date of the current WordPress post in the typical format, I'm showing it in the Twitter-like "time ago" format. In this tutorial I'll show you exactly how I'm doing it and how you can incorporate the same thing into your WordPress theme.
This article explains how to move a WordPress site manually from one server to another.