How To Create A Simple WordPress Theme From Scratch – Part 3

Hi everyone, This article is the continuation of How to create a simple wordpress theme from scratch part II. We are going to create a navigation menu for your custom theme. Please follow below steps, if you want to register navigation menu for your custom theme. then you want to replace the html menu items […]

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Disable REST API to Protect WordPress

The WordPress REST API provides API endpoints for WordPress data types that allow developers to interact with sites remotely by sending and receiving JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) objects. WordPress 4.4 and above version supports REST API. Without the help of any plugin wordpress it self provides an interactive front-end. By using the REST API, you can more easily structure the […]

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How to Update WordPress Salts

If you’ve ever viewed the core configuration file (wp-config.php) for a WordPress site then you’ll probably have noticed a section defining eight WordPress constants relating to security keys and salts: AUTH_KEY SECURE_AUTH_KEY LOGGED_IN_KEY NONCE_KEY AUTH_SALT SECURE_AUTH_SALT LOGGED_IN_SALT NONCE_SALT Note: wp-config.php is located in the root folder of your WordPress installation. These constants contain security keys and salts […]

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How to Create a Simple WordPress Theme from Scratch – Part 2

Following on from the previous article on How to Create a WordPress Theme from Scratch, we are now going to add that some missing topics like sidebar, comments system and lastly an archive page. This should get you well introduced into WordPress theming, however you could always improve so I’ll also give you a bit of […]

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How to Create a Simple WordPress Theme from Scratch – Part 1

Overview – The Structure Of A Theme The structure of a WordPress theme is fairly simple, I like to start with the CSS file. It details everything about the theme for WordPress to use. You then have index.php – it’s simply the template file you’re using with the PHP template tags included. Included with that is header.php & footer.php, files […]

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