How To Remove Select2 in WooCommerce

If you ever find yourself needing to remove Select2 from WooCommerce then follow these simple steps. Where do I put this code? A good place for this code is inside your themes functions.php file.  Plugin authors can also adapt this code for use…


Snippet: Adding Text to the End of a Post

The WordPress content filter, also known as the_content, is a way to filter post and page content before it is printed to the screen. As an example, suppose you have a page with the following content: Hello there!  My name is Mike and I like to eat…


WordPress Custom Post Types and How To Create Your Own

WordPress post types are the bread and butter of the entire WordPress platform. Posts, pages, menu items, attachments, and even custom CSS (from the customizer) are examples of post types that come with a default installation of WordPress. When…


Creating a Custom Archive Page for a Custom Post Type in WordPress

Often times when dealing with custom post types you'll want to customize the look of the archive page. All WordPress themes come with a default archive template file called archive.php and its located in the root of the theme folder. Some themes…


5 WordPress Plugins Nobody Told You About

The problem with good plugins is that most of the time nobody knows they exist unless someone tells you.  I'm going to go over 5 plugins that I use on every WordPress website I work on. 1. AceIDE I'm a huge fan of being able to do things right…


Kinsta Managed WordPress Hosting November Platform Updates

Kinsta recently sent out an email blast about their latest platform improvements and I can tell you one thing, and that's that they are listening to your feedback.  Here are some of the latest and greatest additions to the Kinsta managed WordPress…


Kinsta Managed WordPress Hosting: What I Actually Think

Have you ever been so frustrated with your hosting company that you've almost given up completely?  I have, and many times as a direct result of low quality hosting, and as the old saying goes: if your website is slow, your customers will go.…