In this post I explain how you as a developer can set a certain core version as a minimum requirement and requirement in your WordPress theme. We simply take a look at the technical implementation in the new standard TwentySeventeen theme.
With the Google Authenticator plugin you can quickly and easily add two-factor authentication for the WordPress login form. By better protecting your account against attackers, you increase the security of your WordPress website.
With this tutorial I describe how CSS files can only be integrated into the WordPress theme for Internet Explorer. This procedure is suitable for loading browser-specific hacks for IE only when they are actually needed.
Sometimes you don't want to display certain articles in the last blog posts. In this article I show you how you can choose to exclude the contributions of one or more categories on the start page with either a plugin or code snippet.
This article describes how you can integrate CSS files with automatically generated version numbers in your WordPress theme. This means that the browser reloads the style sheets when CSS changes are made instead of using outdated CSS files from the browser cache.
With the Simple 301 Redirects Plugin you can create permanent redirects quickly and easily directly in your WordPress backend. It is suitable for every WordPress user for whom .htaccess is generally not available or who does not want to create complicated redirect rules himself.