In this tutorial I explain how you can write your own database queries in WordPress with WP_Query to fetch certain WordPress posts and pages from the database. In addition to creating custom queries, I will also show you how you can display the result of the query in a custom loop.
The WordPress loop is an important part of every WordPress theme and is used to display all posts. This tutorial explains the application and functionality of the WordPress loop in detail and shows how and where the loop is used.
As a WordPress developer you should know the basic concepts of the CMS, including the WordPress Main Query. This article gives an insight into the central database query of WordPress and explains how the SQL query is formed.
Every WordPress website uses a MySQL database in the background. For a better understanding of the basic functionality of WordPress, it is worth taking a look at the structure of the WordPress database and the structure of the WordPress tables.
This tutorial explains how you can display the WordPress post navigation to display the previous and next post in your theme. In addition to adapting the links, I will also show you how you can restrict the navigation to posts from the same category.
Each WordPress post is assigned at least one, often several categories. This short tutorial explains how you can display WordPress categories in the theme, both for the respective post and outside the WordPress loop.