WordPress makes it easy for non-coders to manage a website, but sometimes you might need to. Check out how to edit WordPress code: HTML, CSS, and PHP.
A step-by-step guide for how to fix the "the uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini" error in WordPress.
Learn how to undo changes in WordPress using a core feature called revisions. Roll back your content to any point in the past and undo mistakes.
Learn how to change WordPress usernames manually or with a plugin. You can change your own username or any other user's username.
Instructions on how to offload media in WordPress to Google Cloud Storage to save on disk space. You can also integrate a CDN for better performance.
Struggling with how to add nofollow links in WordPress? We'll show you how to do it using both a simple code snippet and an easy-to-use, free WordP...
Struggling with how to disable WordPress plugins? We'll show you methods that work even if you're locked out of your WordPress dashboard. In total,...
Learn how to add WordPress image captions, as well as more advanced uses like adding captions to gallery images, featured images, and more.
Is you WordPress featured image not displaying correctly or perhaps an old image is showing? Find out how to fix this using the Facebook Debugger t...
Struggling with how to add code to the WordPress header or footer? Check out these quick and easy methods, both with a plugin and manually with code.
Read this post for a detailed guide on how to add a WordPress favicon. We'll give you three different easy-to-use methods to get the job done.
For both novice and experienced developers, a WordPress code generator can help speed up development by providing quick access to code blocks.