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WordPress Category Editor or WYSIWYG text without a plugin

  • Update On July 31st, 2021
  • in WordPress
WordPress Category Editor or WYSIWYG text without a plugin - WordPress Category Editor or WYSIWYG text without a plugin

In WordPress, by default, the Category Description field doesn’t have the category editor or WYSIWYG text editor, so we can’t put any additional styling or images in the description. Usually, we need to add a new plugin to add that feature. But in this tutorial, I will show you how

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WP Disable Gutenberg Block Widget Screen

  • Update On July 30th, 2021
  • in WordPress
wp disable gutenberg block based widget screen - WP Disable Gutenberg Block Widget Screen

After Gutenberg 8.9, WordPress has completely replaced the old Appearance > Widgets screen. This new screen is now called Block Areas. As a long-time user of WordPress, seeing for the first time, I was a little lost in the new screen and it doesn’t feel comfortable. Adding blocks in here

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How to Disable WordPress Deprecated Warnings

  • Update On June 4th, 2021
  • in WordPress
How to Disable WordPress Deprecated Warnings - How to Disable WordPress Deprecated Warnings

This post was last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 12:49 pm

define('WP_DEBUG', true); a WordPress configuration setting. With this setting enabled, WordPress displays all PHP errors, notices, warnings, and also enables WordPress’s deprecated messages. While these messages are an important way to tell developers that certain functions, arguments, or

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What, Why, and How to use WebP image on WordPress

  • Update On June 4th, 2021
  • in WordPress
What Why and How to use WebP image on WordPress - What, Why, and How to use WebP image on WordPress

This post was last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 04:26 pm

JPG and PNG are the two most commonly used image formats on the internet. In general, PNG is a higher-quality compression format and are better suited for certain uses. Whereas JPGs typically have lower quality, lower file size,

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How to Use ajaxurl in WordPress

  • Update On June 4th, 2021
  • in WordPress

This post was last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 04:02 pm

In the WordPress backend, there is a global ajaxurl variable defined by WordPress itself.
Whereas for the frontend, we have to define the variable by ourselves as it is not created by WP.

The function we use is called

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