WordPress templates can be overridden to create a different layout of the content or to add additional content directly on the template. Usually plugins provide basic templates for their content which can be then overridden by themes. In this tutorial we will learn how you can override WordPress templates and even provide that option in your own plugin.
What is a 404? 404 is the response status that your website sends to the client (visitor’s browser) when the visitor gets on a page that does not exist. WordPress does that pretty well and a theme can customize that page as needed. But what about getting a very fast 404 page and also to manage all those 404 urls? Meet, Forty Four, a great plugin to manage your WordPress 404 pages.
WordPress Metabox is an additional content that can be added for any post type (post, page or custom). Every metabox can be used to display some information or to enable the user to insert additional information. In this tutorial we will learn how to easily create additional metaboxes using object oriented programming (OOP).
Many sites are using WordPress profile fields to add additional information about their users. WordPress profile fields can also be used in author boxes under each article. In this tutorial you will learn how to add them easily with object oriented programming and WordPress hooks.
Custom WordPress post statuses are useful when creating different custom post types and their statuses. One of the best example on how to use them is WooCommerce and the order statuses. In this tutorial we will create a simple class that will handle creating custom post statuses with ease.