Child Themes: Why Should I Care? This may be a question that you have asked yourself at some point when a WordPress enthusiast has been going on at you about how great they are! Well, they are great and here’s
Setting Different Header Images In WordPress So, you want to change the Header Image for the different sections of your site, eh? Well… *** Before I begin, a very quick caveat: Not all WordPress Themes are coded the same way.
How To Centre The ReCaptcha Form Element I recently built a site for a client and it had a Contact Form on it using the superb ContactForm7 Plugin. In this particular instance the content was to be centred
It’s Like Backing Up Before You Start We’ve all been there: you’ve written thousands of words in the WordPress editor and you’re really happy with the end result and you go to Save it or Publish it and suddenly your
WordPress Upgrading Errors Many posts on the WordPress.org forum refer to situations where site owners have Upgraded the Core of the site and then when they go back to it it’s gone or they’re facing the White Screen of Death.
If you’ve noticed that you’re Admin Dashboard has started to behave oddly (menu items are non-responsive or greyed out, things keep moving about or not loading properly) then you may have a Plugin/Theme issue to resolve… As per the standard
Breaking The Content in WordPress When you publish a post it automatically shows the whole thing on the homepage. You can tweak this by going to Settings -> Reading and towards the bottom of the page you’ll see For each
Common WordPress Problems From time to time WordPress will go squiffy on you. The key thing to remember is: DON’T PANIC! The really good news is that WordPress has been around for over 10 years and so if you’re having
Installing Plugins What are Plugins? They’re files, or packets of files that make use of the WordPress Core’s architecture to do some pretty impressive things. They can do everything from creating a new Login Widget for the homepage to creating
DNS, IP And Nameservers Some Background On DNS and Nameservers Setting up your Domain Name to work with your Hosting requires 2 bits of information that you should have received in a Welcome Email: IP Address (a series of numbers