Wordpres Get Template Part Wpassist

get_template_part – Use Cases and Examples

WordPress allows theme developers to manage their templates in many different ways. But certainly, get_template_part is the best version of it. It uses core WordPress functions to find and load a specific PHP file. So, basically it is like PHP include, but on steroids. In this post, we will show you a few use cases […]

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[How To] Hide Info Link on Countdown Widget for WordPress

Countdown Widget automatically adds info link at the bottom of the widgets by default. But hiding this info link is actually pretty easy. All you need to do is to check the “Remove Link” option on the widget settings. If you are using the shortcode for the countdown widget then you can use link=false option […]

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Wp Update Salt Keys How To

WP Update Salts – How To Secure WordPress

If you have ever edited your wp-config.php, you may be familiar with WordPress salt keys. Those are custom strings used to enhance the security of your WordPress installation. Every action that requires some user input is passing through encryptions and those encryptions include a piece of salt in it. If you want to increase the […]

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Bs4 Col Md Push

[How To] col-md-push in Bootstrap 4; How to Space Columns

Bootstrap 4 has a totally different grid structure from BS3. Most of the Bs3 users may be confused when they see there is no col-md-push class for spacing column elements in Bootstrap 4. Fear not, however we’ve got you covered. Here is the BS4 alternative way of pushing and pulling columns: <div class=”row”> <div class=”col-md-4″>.col-md-4</div> […]

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Htaccess Custom 404 Error Document

[How To] htaccess Use Custom Error Document in the Current Folder

Apache only allows the ErrorDocument directive using the document root directory. If you don’t want to hard code full path of your error document in the htaccess file, but still need to use your own directory, you can use the following rewrite hack to redirect all errors to your static HTML file. # Use Custom […]

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