Screen Options Not Working / Saving in WordPress Dashboard is a very irritating problem. Once you update / save any screen option and it doesn’t work at all. Or does only once and fails on next page reload.
Thanks to all visitors for their love to the article http://fellowtuts.com/wordpress/wordpress-ajax-login-and-register-without-a-plugin/. As we got many requests to implement Google reCaptcha in WordPress AJAX Register, I’m here with the wonderful code which will protect spams through Google reCaptcha during registration in your WordPress powered site.
After getting many requests from visitors to integrate Forgot Password with AJAX in my previous tutorial WordPress AJAX Login and Register without a Plugin I decided to write a post about steps and code to add in that article to include Forgot Password functionality. This article is an improvement over that previous article as well as it will be sure helpful to understand how does the functionality actually work.
While working on a client project I needed to disable plugin shortcode button from visual editor in WordPress that were added automatically after some plugin installation. I was trying to hide WP Socializer plugin shortcode button form visual editor. Here I’m explaining how did I do that. The solution is quite simple.
I have made and used child theme of one WordPress theme. Later the parent theme got a new version and my client updated that which destroyed child theme’s customization. So I googled to Hide WordPress Theme Update Available Notification.
If you access dashboard less frequent and there are only 1-2 authors then you can secure WP site through restrict WordPress login access by hiding wp-login.
WordPress websites are having more prone to suffer attacks and hacks. Because everyone knows the path of dashboard and structure of wp site.
Getting a blank screen or blank page or dashboard under your WordPress powered website? Relax! You are not the single person to face the issue and I have sum up all the possible solutions which will sure help you out to solve the issue.
WordPress automatically display an admin toolbar at the top of the page in frontend for logged in users.
This admin bar in WordPress is really an annoyance to me because it slightly disturb my theme design and I never want the toolbar for anything. I can hide it by using css and we can also do it in wordpress by using wordpress filter.