We can display Ninja Forms submissions on a page with its own native code, without WP post_meta calls or writing SQL queries. Also, Ninja Forms has a nice Field Key field where we can label what we want our keys to be so that we can target only the specific data we need. Here’s how. […]
There are a number of ways to add better security to your WordPress site. Moving your wp-config PHP file out of the install is a great place to start. In this article, I’ll show you two ways to do it. Your wp-config.php file stores valuable information such as the location, username, and password of your […]
I love reading about others’ web development tools, processes, shortcuts, and all that good stuff. Thus, I decided to share about my own WordPress Web Development Tools as I think they’ve evolved quite a bit over time. The abundant wasted time of developers Having a web development process means that you are not distracted by […]
I’ve been using Elementor Pro now for almost a year and I love having it in my blog arsenal. I’ve used it on about half of my blog posts and the majority of my pages mainly for extra decoration and efficiency. However, for a number of reasons listed below I decided to pick up Thrive […]
Anyone else tired of hearing about the GDPR regulations? Well, instead of discussing it in this millionth GDPR post on the web, I just want to provide you with some ways to add GDPR checkboxes in WordPress and it’s most used plugins. Now let me say that I am not at all downplaying the handling […]
With technology changing rapidly, we have to make periodic adjustments to our websites to stay relevantly operational. This may include visual changes, functional changes, or even investing a little money to provide more solid solutions for our readers. Here are 4 changes I have made recently in WordPress that have transformed my blog for the […]
Whether you are a full-on WordPress developer or just a hobby blogger, you should take a few moments to become acquainted with the upcoming Gutenberg WordPress editor. In fact, you can possess a fairly solid understanding of it in about 20 minutes. In this post, I’ll show you how.
While the developers of WordPress take security seriously, the real vulnerabilities are found within our plugins & themes. There are a number of solid solutions available today: Sucuri, Ithemes, Wordfence, etc. Here, I want to review a new contender, MalCare. Here’s the MalCare review