In this article, we will see how to redirect a post having a “Draft” status. We will cover both redirections to the home or any other page.
WordPress allows managing the media (images and files). In this article, we will see where the media library lives in the database.
We can get the current page URL using WordPress hooks. In this article, we will see how to get the current page URL in WordPress.
Wordpress provides a flexibility to execute raw SQL. In WooCommerce we will execute basic SQL queries to fetch data for reports and API.
WordPress customization is always been interested for the web developers. In this article we will learn how to create a custom menu and fetch it in our website. I have written the code in such a way that you can fetch both Parent and their children menu items.
When we have a long web page, it is recommended to create a scroll to the top button. This button is normally placed at the right bottom corner of the website. When a user clicks it, it will take the user to the top of the page with a scroll.
When you work on projects you will have to create a progress timer bar to make UX (user-experience) better. For longer actions, we can introduce a progress bar that will not only show the current progress to users but also let them wait until the action is completed. In this article, we will see how to create a progress timer bar using Bootstrap and jQuery.