WordPress does not keep the log of user activity out of the box. There are plenty of third-party plugins that do it. However, if you need to get a list of all users that have successfully logged in into a…
This is the first part of the series that is meant to document my adventures while working on the starter WordPress theme on steroids that I am building for WordPress.
Recently I had to control the display of some of the ACF groups conditionally through code. I needed to display or hide ACF fields in WordPress admin based on the value of a WordPress option.
By default, Gravity Forms provides a stock dropdown field. The values of this field are static and, normally, you would type them in or copy/paste in bulk. That's all great but what if you want to set the values of the dropdown dynamically?
The number of content elements that VC comes with is great, however, sometimes the website editor might need a content element that does not yet exist. Here, I will quickly demonstrate how you can create a new custom content element for Visual Composer.
I have discovered a bug in the latest version of Gravity Forms v1.9.15. I use Gravity Forms to post prospects to Pardot using the Form Confirmation set as a Redirect. Some of the form fields have values such as "A&B" or ">$1M".
It may seem simple but yet hard to achieve. However, all you have to do to display your Site's Title instead of the logo is remove the logo from the Appearance > Customiser in your WordPress installation.
WordPress 4.4 came with many new features one of which could potentially cause large images to go blurry. It happens because of the way the images are dealt with starting from version 4.4.
I am using a great WordPress plugin, WP Spell Check, that takes care of spell checking of the content on my website: pages, posts, title, custom fields etc. The plugin comes in two versions, Free and Pro.