As you may know, WordPress has introduced automatic updates since version 3.7. But I have to admit that I’m a control freak, meaning – in this case – that I prefer manual updates, made on my own terms when I want. There are a couple of ways in which to disable automatic updates. I’ll list them below.
Just a simple way to put your blog into maintenance mode without a plugin. Nothing more to say!
After you add custom fields to users… you definitely need to show this new info in Users listing table.
Every time you upload an image, WordPress saves that image in many sizes by default. Usually it’s ok, but there are situations when we don’t really need those thumbnails (e.g.: when our theme uses custom sizes) and I think it’s much better to delete them because they occupy space on the server for nothing. To […]
It is quite annoying to add plugin-dependent features to your wordpress themes. So I started looking if WordPress has a built-in function for paging … and after some tests I came to the conclusion that paginate_links is the perfect (built-in function) replacement for wp-pagenavi or any other plugin with the same role.