In this blog post, I introduce the Post Type Switcher plugin, which you can use to convert WordPress posts into pages - or vice versa. The post type can be changed back and forth as required. Custom post types are also supported.
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.
With the Advanced Excerpt plugin you can customize the WordPress post excerpt and determine how excerpts are generated and how long they are. In addition, the removal of HTML and shortcodes in the excerpts can be deactivated.
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.
With WP Downgrade you can restore any WordPress core version with just a few clicks. A quick WordPress Core downgrade is especially useful if the latest update still contains bugs or is incompatible with the installed plugins.
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.