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Creating a Carousel Using Slick & ACF

Do you agree with me that carousels are a feature that is widely used on WordPress websites (and in general)? A simple google search and you’ll find dozens of plugins, libraries, and  guides on how to create them. However, when [...]

How to enable the upload of additional file types in WordPress?

For security purposes, WordPress only allows uploading of common file types such as images, videos, and documents and such. But what should we do in a case where we want to upload files with extensions that WordPress doesn’t allow by [...]

“Unslick” at a Specific Breakpoint and Reinitialize as needed

In this post, we will see how to use the unslick function provided by the Slick Slider library. The unslick function allows us to disable the slider functionality at a specific breakpoint, which we can set when initializing the carousel [...]

How to Use Waze Deep Links

Waze Deep Links enables users on your website to easily open the Waze app through an embedded external link on the same site, ensuring a seamless transition between your website and the Waze app for navigation to your business or [...]

Add animate.css Animations to Slick Slider

In this post, we will see how to add various animations to Slick sliders using Animate.css. This is because Slick provides only two default types of animations...

Adding Schema & Structured Data to WordPress

Structured data or schema are essentially HTML attributes or scripts that help search engines interpret the structure of specific content and understand how to display it correctly and prominently in search results (SERP's).

The way Google and Search Engines Consider URLs

Search engines require a unique website address for each page to enable scanning, indexing, and user redirection to that page. Let’s explain a bit about the structure of a URL and describe how search engines refer to these addresses. Generally, [...]

Cool CSS4 Selectors which Are Soon to Come

The current status of CSS Selectors Level 4 is a kind of draft; however, modern browsers have already started implementing certain parts of the new specifications. In essence, there will never be CSS4 just as there will never be HTML6, [...]

Styling the First Letter with CSS ::first-letter

::first-letter is another useful pseudo-element that allows you to style the first letter of text within any element without the need to modify the HTML or add any specific tags like span. The method works similarly to a scenario in [...]

What is Facebook Pixel & How to add it in WordPress?

In case you’re wondering what that Facebook Pixel is, and if you’re interested in knowing whether you should add it to your WordPress site, then you’ve come to the right place. In this post, I will explain what that Facebook [...]

Website Performance & Time to First Byte (TTFB)

What is Time to First Byte (TTFB), and how can it be improved? For those of you who are testing the speed and loading time of WordPress websites (and in general), there are several metrics that help understand the factors [...]