How to Show Related Posts for Custom Post Type in WordPress


Related posts in WordPress are the very useful to engage the audience of your website. WordPress gives you the capability to show the related posts of a specific post type. Display the related post of the article is very easy and you can add related posts list to your blog without using any plugin. If you want to show related posts for custom post type, the posts need to be fetched by custom taxonomy terms of custom post type.

Beginner’s Guide to Developing a WordPress Theme


According to the WordPress Codex: A WordPress theme is a collection of files that work together to produce a graphical interface with an underlying unifying design for a weblog. In simple words, a theme is just like a skin of your web page or website which allows you to modify the looks of your content. So, if you want to create a WordPress theme, this tutorial will help you build the most rudimentary theme of your own.

How to Insert Ads into Post Content in WordPress


Are you want to increase your earning by insert ads into the blog post content? If so, this tutorial will help you to add ads between the post content in WordPress without using any plugin. Most of the beginners add the ads code manually into the post content which is very time consuming and maintaining ads very difficult. Here we'll show you a simple way to insert ads or other content into your blog post in WordPress.

Five Popular WordPress Theme Errors and Their Solutions


There are hundreds of forum posts that are normally opened on a daily basis on the and on other forums and in almost all the developer site theme that every developer has containing similar issues which can be resolved easily and within a short period of time. Definitely, most of the community members and theme developers are usually bored in answering such questions frequently. This post addresses some of the most common WordPress theme errors and their possible solutions.

Creating a Custom 404 Error Page in WordPress


The 404 error mainly occurs when the webpage you were trying to reach could not be found. In WordPress, 404 Page Not Found is a common error that most users face. Showing a custom 404 error page with a useful message than PAGE NOT FOUND will be a great idea. This tutorial will show you how to create a custom 404 error page in WordPress and display it when the user encountered a Page Not Found error.

What’s New in WordPress 4.7 (Vaughan)

WordPress was released latest version (4.7) called Vaughan and it is the last major update for this year. WordPress 4.7 is available for update and download in your WordPress dashboard. WordPress 4.7 comes with some exciting features and improvements. In this article, we'll give you an overview of what's new in WordPress 4.7.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Fix Internal Server Error in WordPress


Running a WordPress website? If so, you may have encountered an HTTP 500 Internal Server Error at least once. Unlike other common WordPress errors, the internal server error can be quite annoying since it doesn't tell you where to look and what to fix. If you have encountered such an error on your website, you are at the right place. This guide will explain what are the causes and solutions of HTTP 500 Internal Server Error.

How to Add Pagination to Comments in WordPress


Depending on the number of comments post page will take the time to load and sometimes the page is crashed if there are huge numbers of comments are available. If you're receiving lots of comments for posts, it might be a good choice to add pagination to comments on your WordPress site. Paginated comments speed up post page and load the page faster. In this tutorial, we'll show you how you can easily add pagination links on comments list in WordPress.

How to Protect WordPress Site from Hackers


Most of the users overlook the security of their WordPress website because there is a myth that it is one of the most secured CMS platforms. But the truth is that there is not a powerful way to completely protect a site or blog from hackers, spammers, and other security threats. Fortunately, there are a few ways that can help you strengthen the security of your WordPress site and blog.