This tutorial is a part of the WordPress Performance series. Every single byte does matter for great performance. And we are following the same rule to collect the great score for our website.Read More
The Gutenberg Editor bundled with WordPress 5.0 as default editor. But still, there are peoples who don’t like the Gutenberg Editor as compare to the Classic Editor. In this article, we will learn how to disable the Gutenberg Editor and make the default Classic Editor. You don’t need the technical knowledge to follow this process.Read More
Recently I have created a small mobile app with the React Hooks. The app is basically for a three-step enquiry form. We have used the
useState() hook to collect the input. We will use three screens i.e. Home Screen, Profile Screen, and the Confirmation Screen. The Home Screen contains the two-child screens Profile and Confirmation. The Profile Screen is basically to enter the profile data like name, email, and phone. And the Confirmation Screen is to display the Profile Screen data before submitting it.
The CPT (Custom Post Type) helps to extend the functionality of WordPress. The Gutenberg Editor is part of the core functionality since WordPress 5.x release. It’s available for default pages and post types. And the default old Classic Editor will see with the CPT.Read More
Visual Composer website builder is packed with many built-in elements to design the frontend more quickly. Today we will learn how to create a custom element for visual composer.Read More
The Shortcodes in WordPress is a small piece of code that allows you to various functions with less effort. We are going to discuss how to overwrite/rewrite predefined shortcodes.Read More