The Advanced Custom Fields plugin is a handy way to extend the capabilities of your WordPress posts and pages to provide owners with an efficient way to update content on complex, customized layouts. When using ACF for your default posts page, however, there’s an additional […]
So, you’ve created a custom post type for your WordPress site but when testing your archive, pagination isn’t working and instead shows your 404 page. Here’s a potential fix that worked for me on a recent project.
BuddyPress is a software add-on that extends WordPress into an online community, which is great for creating your own social networks. I’m just finishing up a project at work where I’m using it to build out our new Intranet and it’s been fun working with […]
For today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you two ways you can include custom post types on your site’s search results. Custom Post Types aren’t included in results by default, so we need to tweak our theme just a little to make it happen.
If you’re using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin, you may have found yourself frustrated by WordPress’ forcing of wrapping non-formatted text on pages with paragraph tags when that’s not what you want. Here’s the fix.
If you scroll down to the bottom of this post, you’ll see above the comments section an aside displaying three other posts on my blog related to the topic we’re discussing here. This can be an affective way to keep people on your site as […]