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  • Introducing WPTurbo

    Welcome to WPTurbo, your new WordPress development website to help you create amazing high quality websites, fast. Our mission is to save developers time and introduce beginners to code. To do this, we’ve created 40+ code generators for WordPress, all free to use like: Post Type generator Taxonomy generator Navigation menu generator Shortcode generator Hook […]

  • How to set a custom breadcrumb delimiter in WooCommerce?

    Are you looking to customize the breadcrumb navigation on your WooCommerce store? One aspect you might want to change is the delimiter, which is the character or string that separates the different sections of the breadcrumb trail. By default, WooCommerce uses the / character as the delimiter, but it is possible to change it to […]

  • How to disable WordPress blocks (in the editor and by code)

    Do you want to disable some blocks in the Gutenberg editor? There are two ways to do it. The first one will only disable it for you. The second one will disable it for everyone on your website. You might want to do it to restrict what your web development clients can do to their […]

  • How to add a snippet to functions.php in WordPress

    WordPress allows you to extend its functionality by using its simple API. You can either create a custom plugin with your custom code or you can add your code to your theme’s functions.php file. In this guide, I’ll show you how to do the latter… Where Is The functions.php File Located? Every WordPress theme contains […]

  • How to create a WordPress feature plugin

    Do you want to create a custom plugin for WordPress? A WordPress plugin allows you to add new, custom functionality to WordPress. They give you the power to change and customize anything and everything about WordPress. In this guide, I’ll help you get started with building custom plugins. It’s really easy! How To Create Your […]

  • How to create a WordPress settings page

    Do you want to create a custom settings page for your theme or plugin? A settings page allows your users to customize the behavior of your theme or plugin. Creating a custom settings page in WordPress is much easier than most developers think. It only takes these 3 steps: Step 1: Register The Settings Page […]

  • How to create a custom WordPress dashboard widget

    Do you want to create a custom dashboard widget in WordPress? There’s a really simple WordPress API you can use to create your dashboard widget. It will take you less than a minute to learn how to use it. In this guide, you’ll learn how to register and render a custom WordPress widget… How To […]

  • How to register and enqueue styles in WordPress

    WordPress offers a very simple API for loading your stylesheets. Although you can just output the HTML yourself, there’s a really easy way to conditionally inject stylesheets into certain pages. In this guide, I’ll teach you all you need to know about registering and enqueuing stylesheets in WordPress: How To Register Styles When you register […]

  • How to register and enqueue scripts in WordPress

    There are many ways to load a script in WordPress. The recommended and the easiest of all is to use the script registration and enqueue functions that WordPress offers. In this guide, I’ll teach you everything you need to know about loading scripts in WordPress: How To Register a Script WordPress gives you an easy […]

  • How to create a shortcode in WordPress

    WordPress makes it really easy to create shortcodes. You just need to learn how the add_shortcode function works. Shortcodes allow you to render dynamic content in the content of your pages and posts. You can use a shortcode to render a contact form or an advertisement or whatever else you want. A shortcode’s content will […]

  • How To Create a Sidebar (Widget Area) In WordPress

    In WordPress, a Sidebar is any area of your theme where the user of the theme can display widgets. Sidebars used to be on either the left or right side of the blog. Hence the name sidebar. If you want to allow your theme’s users to display widgets on their website, you must create at […]

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