By default, WordPress inserts paragraphs whenever you press the “Enter” key in the visual editor. But what if you require a plain newline instead? These three methods for inserting a newline will cover all the usual scenarios.
Sometimes you find the perfect theme, but you just need to change an element or two. Like the color of the menu perhaps. The theme customization option doesn’t always allow you to do this, so you need to write your own custom CSS. Here’s a detailed tutorial with screenshots on how to do that step by step.
Are there some pages on your site, where you want your users to automatically scroll down? This snippet of code will allow you to do exactly that. You can make changes to it to customize it for your own requirements, like selecting which element you want to scroll down to, and on which pages it should apply.
Setting a proper language attribute for your WordPress pages will allow browsers to render your pages properly. Here’s how to change it, and where it’s stored in the database. In addition, you can also change the language depending on the specific page. This tutorial shows you how, with screenshots.