One of the WP Maintenance Mode users asked the support team how can the maintenance page be activated/deactivated programmatically. In case you were wondering the same thing, this is the solution:
We all remember the golden era when Kubrick was the default theme in WordPress.
I was a newbie designer back then, and while blogging was not (yet) very attractive for me, Kubrick managed to make me curious about WordPress and weblogs.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to add a tabbed widget just like the one here on WPCrumbs, without using a plugin. Step 1 · Register the sidebar First, register the new widget area. If you are using a pre-existent widget area, you can skip this step. To register the sidebar, add this in […]
Techieblog is a WordPress theme designed for tech-related websites and blogs. It’s our first freebie and we hope you’ll enjoy it and put it to good use. :) View theme demo Here are the specs: Niche design Clean, streamlined design, targeted primarily for technology, computers or gaming blogs and websites. Responsive Responsive and Retina/HiDPI optimized, […]
Social media sharing buttons are a must have, especially for a blog. Sure, the first solution that comes to mind for adding such buttons is a plugin, and there are plenty of free and premium plugins to choose from. But if you are picky like us, you want both aesthetics and performance. So what do you do when […]