How to add custom buttons in WordPress TinyMCE Editor?

WordPress comes with a visual editor of TinyMCE by default. You can use this to add and edit posts and pages. There are several buttons on the editor toolbar that you can use to format the content. You can also add your own buttons to the editor toolbar. Creating custom TinyMCE buttons is a great feature that can add a lot of value to WordPress plugins or themes.

How to add multiple Google Maps in WordPress ?

At present, almost every site has integrated a Google Maps on a website seems popular enough to see, which is a great tool to let your visitors know where they can find you, but how can you add a Google map on your WordPress site? As you always have several WordPress extensions available, unfortunately we do not know that there could be performance problems or could hinder the future development of your site, so today I will teach you some simple methods, you can integrate google maps into your WordPress site.

How to Restrict Content in WordPress to Logged & Non-Logged in Users ?

Would you like to to restrict or block access to certain content portions of your WordPress site (that is, restrict content to users who are logged into WordPress and those who are not logged in), In other words how to set up a simple membership website with WordPress. This article describes how to restrict the content of a site.

How to Install WordPress core in a Subdirectory using Composer ?

There are many ways to implement WordPress core in a Subdirectory, but WordPress itself has a great article on the Codex “Giving WordPress Its Own Directory”, but I thought do something a bit different with composer’s dependencies. In the last article, I explained the method of installing the composer and how to use it for WordPress Plugin and themes.

How to setup cron job in wordpress without plugin ?

If you are looking for a way to execute commands and tasks on your WordPress site several times a day, something like a specific day, week, month, etc., you’re struggling to accomplish this functionality, don’t worry, I will tell you how to overcome this with a WordPress cron jobs, a cron job is a task that is set to run at a specified interval.

How to Lazy Load Images in WordPress without Plugin

Lazy loading loading is a concept that accepting the content of the website when it requires, instead of doing it all at once. It is called Lazy loading because, as a lazy person, you continue to postpone the performance of something that you do not want. The contradiction is Eager Loading, where you immediately download something, long before you need it.