WordPress (category)

How to completely disable WordPress update checks for core, plugins, and themes

In WP, it is possible to completely disable update checks for everything (core, themes, plugins, and translations) at once. However, there is no standard way to...

Installing WP plugins via Composer

Installing WordPress plugins via Composer, including instructions for plugins in WP repository and on github.com.

WP 6.3: async and defer attributes when registering scripts

WordPress 6.3 introduces support for registering scripts with the async and defer attributes, improving site performance and loading strategies.

WP_Query: How to Compare Meta Fields values in meta_query Request

How to compare meta fields in WP_Query using meta_query; Universal method for comparing meta fields in WP_Query.

Error when updating WP: Another update is currently in progress

Troubleshooting guide for resolving the "Another update is currently in progress" error in WordPress update process.

The "-rotated" suffix for images, or what WP does with image orientations

The article explains how WordPress handles image orientations and the use of the "-rotated" suffix for images. It also discusses how to disable the image orientation...

Additional fields for WP_Nav_Menu

In WordPress 5.4 there are new hooks that allow you to more flexibly customize the WordPress menu (WP Nav Menu). In particular, it's now possible to easily add custom...

Hiding Notifications of New WordPress Version in Admin Panel

Tutorial on how to hide notifications of new WordPress version updates in the admin panel.

Disabling update/download of new versions of default themes and plugins

This article explains how to disable the update and download of new versions of default themes and plugins in WordPress.

Meta tags: dns-prefetch, preconnect, prefetch, prerender, preload

Explanation of meta tags such as dns-prefetch, preconnect, prefetch, prerender, and preload for the browser and their usage.

Example of Updating a Post via Postman and Application Password

This article demonstrates how to update a WordPress post using the WP REST API and Postman, along with creating and using application passwords for authentication.

Adding User Rights on the Fly

This article explains how to dynamically add user rights and capabilities in WordPress using the user_has_cap hook, allowing for immediate changes without modifying...

Database Repair and Optimization in WordPress (WP_ALLOW_REPAIR)

Different things can happen to database tables and there are many cases where repairing or optimizing database tables solves the problem.

Translations in JS Files

The article introduces enhanced JavaScript localization in WordPress 5.0, using wp_set_script_translations(). It covers creating translation JSON files from PO files...

How to upload SVG in WordPress

By default, in WordPress you can't upload SVG files for security reasons. But what to do when you really need to? There is a solution!