Normally, there’s no way to customize which site logo shows on different pages of your WordPress blog. However, this tutorial will show you how to achieve just that without a plugin, and just a single piece of code!
WordPress editors can see and modify posts written by others. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to prevent this, and how to make is so that users can’t even SEE the posts created by other people. Effectively creating a complete wall between users.
To remove the WordPress header image from all pages, you just need to make a simple change in the theme customization menu. However, if you need to remove it only for specific pages, there’s a certain filter you’ll have to use. This tutorial shows you how with screenshots.
WordPress automatically generates previews out of a number of URLs – like Youtube videos for example. If you want to disable this automatic embedding, here’s how to go about it. You can disable it in the final preview as well as the visual editor.
If you’re getting a “Fatal Error: Allowed memory size of x bytes exhausted” in WordPress, then this tutorial is for you! First we need to find out what the current memory limit is for your account. Second, we discuss three different ways to fix it.
Sometimes you want to hide the display of certain categories. Like “Uncategorized” for example. Or perhaps there are others that serve internal purposes and are not meant to be displayed for users. Here’s how you can achieve that with screenshots and code included.