Content filters are used to display some data at a specific location in a post. For example, if you wanted to display some data at the end of every single post on your blog, you could use a content filter and it would allow you…
Creating a wordpress plugin is a lot easier than it might first seem. As long as you know how to write PHP code (or any similar language) you should be able to get a plugin together pretty quickly. The aim of this tutorial is to…
Had a look around online and couldnt find any decent SMTP plugin for sending and receiving emails through wordpress. Seems like it makes a lot of people angry for wordpress to do such a thing which seemed odd, so I decided to start working on…
So you have hit the issue where you have a responsive website and everything looks great, but then you notice that embeded videos do not correctly fit within your responsive design. Fear not this can be quickly fixed by adding a div around all of…
So you have chosen an awesome cryptic password that not even you can remember! It happens to us all, but fear not, it's quite a simple job to reset this. Not sure if we should be worried over how easy it is to reset the…
If you have a file upload in a form it is helpful to limit what formats you want to allow users to upload. This tutorial will show you how to do this using javascript. Please note that client side validation is useful, but can be…
In this tutorial I am going to go through all the basic SQL commands using PDO prepared statements. The use of prepared statements is 1 very simple way you can try and defend against SQL Injection. First thing you want to do is set up…
This will guide will show you what you need to do to install phpmyadmin on CentOS via command line. In order to install phpMyAdmin you need to add a repository that contains the download. You can add the repository by executing the following command. rpm…
elFinder is a great file manager to use to manage files on your web servers hard drive. It can be configured to work with TinyMCE or called on it's own which is what I am going to demonstrate here. When browsing files I wanted to…