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How to Remove Title Tooltips from WordPress with jQuery on Hover – Fast and Easy Tutorial

    Hi Mike here, in this tutorial I’m going to show you how you can use jQuery to remove WordPress title tooltip attributes on hover, which allows screen readers and SEO to use the titles while your site retains a clean modern look. Remove title tooltip attributes from images, links, buttons, icons and more. This is the code used in the video: function custom_remove_title_script() { ?> <script> (function($){ $(“*”).hover(function(){ $(this).removeAttr(“title”); }); })(jQuery); </script> <?php } add_action(‘wp_footer’, ‘custom_remove_title_script’); This snippet would be… Read More »How to Remove Title Tooltips from WordPress with jQuery on Hover – Fast and Easy Tutorial

    Change the order of columns for mobile devices on WordPress with CSS

      In this video tutorial I’m going to demonstrate how the change the order of columns when viewed on a mobile device. Typically, columns on a page for desktop are shown as single item rows for mobile. So for example, if you have alternating picture and text columns that give a nice checkerboard appearance, when viewed on mobile you’ll see picture, picture, and then text, text. Not so nice. The code snippet used in the video was: #av-layout-grid-2 { display: flex;… Read More »Change the order of columns for mobile devices on WordPress with CSS

      The Most Popular WordPress Plugins

        WordPress and plugins go hand in hand. However, because there are literally thousands available, it’s incredibly tough to whittle them down to the most essential. Once you have that list, you’ll need to skim off the cream of the crop in order to run a site that’s stable, secure, and ultimately functional. It’s a good idea to think of the different ‘categories’ you’ll need, and work from there. For example, you’ll likely want to carry out some Search Engine Optimization… Read More »The Most Popular WordPress Plugins

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        What is GPL and How Does it Affect the WordPress Community?

          In your hunt for quality WordPress themes and plugins you may well have come across the term “GPL” possibly on sites offering premium plugins and themes for free download or a reduced cost. So what exactly does GPL mean and are these free WordPress download sites legal? If so, should you be using them? In this article we’ll take an in-depth look into what GPL is, the ethics and use of GPL-licensed download sites, and how GPL affects the WordPress… Read More »What is GPL and How Does it Affect the WordPress Community?

          Which Security Issues Do You Need To Be Aware Of With A WordPress Site?

            WordPress is considered to be one of the finest open-source CMS in the world and it holds more than a 30% share of websites on the internet. Millions of people and businesses use it, as it fulfils its aim for good usability and aesthetics. However, with so many users, there are bound to be security issues from time to time, and you should be aware of the most common ones, and how to solve them. Strong Passwords To Prevent Brute… Read More »Which Security Issues Do You Need To Be Aware Of With A WordPress Site?

            WordPress hack: Show all active plugins

              For maintenance or any other purposes, you might want to be able to know what plugins are currently active on a specific WordPress install. Here’s a handy snippet to get a list of active plugins in a matter of seconds. Simply paste this code where you want to display the active plugin list. Once saved, active plugins will be displayed. function wpr_active_site_plugins() { $the_plugs = get_option(‘active_plugins’); foreach($the_plugs as $key => $value) { $string = explode(‘/’,$value); // Folder name will be… Read More »WordPress hack: Show all active plugins

              WordPress shortcode to display user registration date

                If your site offers the possibility for users to register, you might at some point want to be able to display users’ registration date. Here’s a super simple code snippet to create a WordPress shortcode that will display registration date of a specific user. First, place the code below into your theme’s functions.php file and don’t forget to save. function wpb_user_registration_date($atts, $content = null ) { $userlogin = shortcode_atts( array( ‘user’ => FALSE, ), $atts ); $uname = $userlogin[‘user’]; if… Read More »WordPress shortcode to display user registration date