The WordPress Search Widget is a classic HTML Form, but what if we want to show the results right away? In this tutorial, we will power up the WordPress Search Form with React and REST API to show the results immediately.
Sites powered by newer versions of WordPress have the REST API enabled by default. In this tutorial, we will use React to pull the latest posts from such sites and render them as articles with a summary.
When working on WordPress Plugins that are going to be used by others, you may want to enable other developers to create their WordPress extensions for your plugin. That will make your plugin grow even more.
Elementor is a great Page Builder for WordPress sites. It is really developer friendly and that is why I have decided to give it a try and use it for a client of mine. In this tutorial, I will show you how to add a custom button field and a skin.