Tag: Wordpress

  • PayPal WooCommerce return URL

    Under Website Selling Preferences turn on Auto Return and the url for WooCommerce should be: https://yourdomain.com/checkout/order-received/?utm_nooverride=1  

  • WordPress: Additional Admin Columns with ACF

    In functions.php, add the following and change [post_type] for the post type of the table you want to alter. If you have used ACF,  you can find the post type in the ur e.g. /wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=jobs // Add the custom columns to the [post_type] post type: add_filter( ‘manage_[post_type]_posts_columns’, ‘set_custom_edit_[post_type]_columns’ ); function set_custom_edit_[post_type]_columns($columns) { unset( $columns[‘author’] ); $columns[‘yourFieldKey’] […]

  • Custom posts per page on Archive and Search in WordPress

    Add the following to Functions.php in your theme or child-theme amd alter the posts_per_page argument value. /** * Control the number of search results */ function custom_posts_per_page( $query ) { if ( $query->is_archive() || $query->is_search() ) { set_query_var(‘posts_per_page’, 12); } } add_action( ‘pre_get_posts’, ‘custom_posts_per_page’ );  

  • Loop and Print Page Children Content in WordPress

    This is ideal for when you need to loop through pages to create a list or grid of page content.  Wordpress makes this pretty simple for posts, but it’s not so easy for pages. In this case I am trying to generate a list of all children of the “Ambassadors” page and create clickable links. […]

  • Releasing Content over Time / Drip Campaign with WordPress

    Releasing Content over Time / Drip Campaign with WordPress

    Using the Date Registered field in WordPress you can create a page that releases content over time. In this example we are creating a Drip Campaign for content released in a specific category. In this example I have set up a category called “Campaigns” and within it I have added subcategories called Week 1, Week […]

  • Integrating Zurb Foundation with Sass into WordPress

    1. Installing WordPress locally with a Child Theme. The first step is to install WordPress locally and setup a child theme. For more information on how to install and setup WordPress check out This Post. Both the style.css and functions.php files should look like the following: style.css /* Theme Name: Twenty Sixteen Child Author: Mammoth […]

  • WordPress: Multiple layouts in single.php, depending on post category

    This snippet allows you to server different views depending on post category. if($wp_query->query[‘category_name’] == ‘categoryname1’) { include_once( ‘template1.php’ ); } else if($wp_query->query[‘category_name’] == ‘categoryname2’) { include_once( ‘template2.php’ ); } else { include_once( ‘template3.php’ ); }  

  • Setting up WordPress

    Setting up WordPress

    Download and install WordPress Go to wordpress.org/download Transfer the WordPress files to your local host Open MAMP and turn on the servers Go to Applications/MAMP/htdocs Create a new folder called ‘My WordPress’ and transfer the downloaded files into this folder Create database In your browser, go to localhost/phpMyAdmin Open the ‘database’ tab and create a […]

  • Correct WordPress Folder & File Permissions

    Correct WordPress Folder & File Permissions

    In terminal, use the following code to set the file and folder permissions: chown www-data:www-data -R * # Let apache be owner find . -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \; # Change directory permissions rwxr-xr-x find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \; # Change file permissions rw-r–r– source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18352682/correct-file-permissions-for-wordpress