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Add custom filters for post types in WordPress

Add custom filters for post types in WordPress

Creating and using custom fields in post types is something very essential these days. To make this more effective we need to show these custom fields in the archive page in wp-admin. We have discussed this in a previous post. For each certain custom columns, it would be good to have filters too. For example,…

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Adding custom columns with sorting option in WordPress for post types

WordPress comes with great features that are very user friendly and easy to understand. But, when you want to do some customization, it is hard to depend on a plugin for everything. Instead you can get your hands dirty by trying some code. What if you want to decide what all the columns that needs…

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Limit only one session per user at a time in WordPress

Limit only one session per user at a time in WordPress

There are many instances where you need to limit or restrict user from sharing his access to multiple people or places. For that we can add following code which will make sure “subscriber” role users will have only one session at a time. How this works When a subscriber user logs in to his account…

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Difference between client side scripting and Server side scripting languages

Difference between client side scripting and Server side scripting languages

This post is for beginners who are learning web development. I am trying to explain the basic difference between client side programming and server side programming. This was a question I had for many years till I become a full time WordPress Developer. Client side programming Any piece of code that runs in browser is…

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Why we always choose WordPress

We use WordPress every day as the Content Management System of our choice. And the variety of use cases is huge! From a little blog, over a backend for a mobile app, to a huge editorial system. We trust WordPress as the tool for most of our needs. But why? What makes WordPress so versatile…

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Best Practices For WordPress Management

Managing a WordPress site is no small feat. Website owners have to stay up to date with the latest vulnerabilities that can attack a website. WordPress is a highly targeted system according to Sucuri, a well-respected website security firm. There are a lot of best practices for managing a WordPress site, that can help prevent…

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Why Open Source Software Offers a Business Advantage

Did you know that there are over 1 million open source projects online, with 10 million people contributing over 100 billion lines of code? That’s a lot of enthusiasm for open source. So what is it exactly? Open source is software based on source code that anyone can access, modify and enhance. Unlike proprietary software…

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Is WordPress a Secure Content Management System?

WordPress has an unfair reputation for having poor security. It has been around for a very long time and is extremely popular, powering almost 30% of the web. As a consequence, a vulnerability or successful attack on a prominent website becomes big news – and WordPress becomes the scapegoat. There are two key reasons that…

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Why WordPress Is Important For Business Website

WordPress was originally launched in the year 2003 and has since then become the most used and the most favorite website for the bloggers around the world. Originally, it was just a site for blogging but now it has become a lot more than just that and provides a big, universal platform. Now, imagine you’ve…

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