Normally to modify the WordPress pages’ meta title you can use the following filter.doc ref: https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/hooks/the_title/ the callback will receive $post_title, $post_id as arguments. If you’re using RankMath for your SEO stuff you need to use this filter: rank_math/frontend/title to modify the meta title. I didn’t have the time to fully investigate why that’s the […]
RankMath and other WordPress plugins tend to inject some HTML into the content of the page. This code is not normally seen by the end users but when somebody views the page’s source code they will see it. It’s extra 200-300 characters. Of course if you’ve worked hard on a plugin you’d want the sites
So you’ve created a cool custom post type in WordPress but can’t find a way to edit its slug/link/permalink? Editing the slug is not that obvious for a custom post types. We know. WordPress shows the default/classic WordPress editor and not the block editor for custom post types. So you’ve added a custom post type
How many times did you want to delete some test data? You can paste the following snippet into your functions.php file (temporarily) or in a custom plugin. You need to update my_custom_post_type to match your custom post type. Then login as admin and then access your site e.g. example.com/?admin_del_cpt_posts and you’ll see the post ids
In the dynamic world of website management, particularly for those utilizing WordPress, the question of handling unused plugins is a common yet critical consideration. This article delves into the best practices for managing unused WordPress plugins, offering insights and guidelines that cater to both novice and seasoned WordPress users. The focus is on understanding the
On Oct 18, 2022 The WordPress team released WordPress 6.1 Release Candidate 2 (RC2). It’s good to help out to find any glitches that others may have missed. That’s the beauty of open source that lots of people can see and improve things. How to Test WordPress 6.1 Release Candidate 2 (RC2)? Just go to
We have finally switched the main site to WordPress so we can have a blog and brag about the cool improvements we’ve introduced to the platform 🙂 Initially we started with a simple static HTML page which of course loads pretty quickly but it was the time to improve things.