High resolution displays showing Retina images have been standard in most new devices since 2010. This post will show you how to add Retina-ready functionality to your WordPress theme.
I don’t greet people with “Howdy!”. I don’t expect a website that I supply to a client to do so either. This code will allow you to change it.
Here’s a quick snippet that really makes your site look professional and personalised – it adds your business logo to your admin login page, just above the username and password form fields.
It’s always the small things that are the most annoying. Like when you change the visibility of a WordPress post from “Public” to “Private” or “Password protected” and the post tells users that it’s private or protected in the title. A quick snippet added to your theme’s functions.php file will get rid of that!