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 well as automatically adding some internal linking, both of which are great for SEO.
I noticed something odd this morning after sharing a recent article from this blog. For some reason, theme assets like stylesheets and certain images were loading using http:// instead of https://, which I found strange because I’m pretty careful about keeping such things in mind when theme developing.
Those new to using Google Analytics may assume that when you set up tracking on your site, it automatically tracks activity on your site searches. This is something you have to set up manually, but it’s easy to do.
One of the things that I prefer to do when building a new WordPress theme is to keep performance in mind, and part of this means looking for opportunities to do reduce the number of plugins I’ll need to rely on.