Can I move (copy) a author.php of a theme of my website to another different theme author.php file. I would like to have the author template on another theme. Is this possible?
I noticed some popular plugins (i.e woocommerce as in the image below) have their own “menu items” that can be added to any menu.
how can I create my own ?
I checked the entire theme developement handbook and nothing there
I’m using a customised version of a commercial theme, with a lot of stuff in it.
I am creating a new theme, I created a new directory called mytheme and created three files directly inside the directory where the content is as follow:
I am developing a website that should switch between two looks (depending on the season) using different customizations of one WordPress theme. I mean all the changes are done on the
wp-admin/customize.php page, without touching files, switching plugins, etc.
I am creating a new theme, but for some reason the menu isn’t displaying correctly. I want the separator to appear next to the menu items, but they are on the next line for some reason. This is what I am getting:
I am wondering how to add meta box in WordPress specific page admin, I mean when I create meta_box with code snippet below provided from source tutorial is really perfect and effective but one thing that I need to control is display that meta_box only in specific page for instance: pretend I have two page in my WordPress project named Home and About.
I’m trying out adding WordPress REST API endpoints. I would now like to add an endpoint that retrieves a list of available plugin, theme and core updates.
Here’s the situation:
I was trying to add css class to nav items.