In this tutorial, I'll show you how you can display the current date in WordPress with your own template function or a plugin. Online magazines and news portals in particular often show today's date to indicate that the website is up to date.
With the upcoming Gutenberg editor, colors for paragraphs of text and certain content blocks can be specified for the first time. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to register your own Gutenberg color palette and define colors that match the theme.
With Child Themes there are a lot of different options with which you can customize your parent theme. In this tutorial of the series on child themes, I explain how you can modify pluggable template functions in the WordPress child theme.
In this detailed tutorial, I explain how you can create your own WordPress social sharing links in just a few steps and integrate them into your WordPress theme using a self-programmed template function.
WordPress offers various options for displaying posts on the homepage. In this tutorial, I explain how you can shorten your WordPress posts and, depending on the theme, use the continue reading tag or excerpt.
Child themes offer different options with which you can customize your parent theme according to your needs. In this tutorial I show how you can overwrite and modify WordPress template files in the child theme.