The question of “How can I WordPress Multisite With Different Domain Names?”, seems to come up rather frequently. There always seems to be a bit of confusion on this topic as well.
The WordPress Codex illustrates multisite to be used for subdirectories and subdomains of a single Top Level Domain (TLD). Granted, this is WordPress’s intended purpose for Multisite, it doesn’t mean that you CAN’T use multisite for TLD’s.
A lot of people seem to think that it’s a REQUIREMENT to use a 3rd party plugin in order to pull off using WordPress Multisite with TLD’s. Let me tell you, that’s absolutely NOT the case. There’s no requirement for third party plugins for use TLD’s with WordPress Multisite.
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As a WordPress developer, part of my concern for my WordPress users is the ability for them to change their WordPress website content as much as possible; Without having to resort to contacting me to do so for them. This makes me think outside of the box on how I can make the WordPress theme have an intended layout, while allowing the flexibility of dynamic content. That’s where widgets come into play!
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I came across an interesting question (Pagination doesn’t work) that just happened to “catch my eye” on the WordPress Stack Exchange, regarding a Numeric Pagination in WordPress.
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Creating cron jobs in WordPress is actually really simple but yet, so many WordPress developers don’t understand WordPress cron jobs or they understand the concept of WordPress cron jobs but don’t know how to set them up appropriately.
This article is targeted to slightly more advanced WordPress developers while aiming to explain what WordPress cron jobs are, how they work, and how to use them appropriately.
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This is a mathematical formula which really comes in handy when trying to maintain the proper aspect ratio of let’s say a
<div> container as the screen is resized.
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