Here comes our second theme named, 212mag. We designed this theme thinking that you need a WordPress theme that you can use for various purposes as it features a couple of different layouts. Planning to create a magazine website that publishes celebrity news? Or technology website that shares the latest updates in the industry? 212mag […]
WooCommerce introduced a function which makes things much more elegant and simple, and gets rid of
global $woocommerce and
$aUrl when getting page URLs.
I sometimes find inconvenient the way WordPress trims the excerpt by default, which is by number of words. The number of characters in a word varies so greatly, that trimming by number of words makes the excerpt’s length horribly inconsistent.
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.