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Sometimes, as a developer, it may be beneficial to have WordPress display is what database queries are being generated. Particularly if you are developing a custom solution for a client as we do often. To begin, simply add the follow code below to your “wp-config.php” configuration file:

 

define( 'SAVEQUERIES', true );

 

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The free Contact Form 7 plugin for WordPress is great. To expand its ability, by permitting the use of shortcodes, we save ourselves much coding. Here is how to permit the use of shortcodes within the Contact Forms themselves.

 

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In some cases you may want to remove the Admin Help tab from the backend of your WordPress website. Here is a snippet you can use to remove it.

 

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In some cases you may want a slightly more personalized Admin footer in your WordPress backend. Here is a snippet you can use to change the default text within the WordPress admin footer.

 

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In some cases you may want a slightly more personal backend experience. Here is a snippet you can use to remove the WordPress logo from the admin backend header area.

 

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In some cases you may want a slightly more personal login page. Here is a snippet you can use to change the default login logo.

 

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In some cases you may want a slightly more personal welcome message. Here is a snippet you can use to change the default “Howdy” text.

 

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Disable maintenance mode on your WordPress website using a file transfer protocol (FTP) connection or by accessing your website hosting cPanel account.

Once you’ve gained access, simply remove the “.maintenance” file located within the main directory, usually under your root directory which is usually “public_html“.

 

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Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 in January of 2015.

However, they are providing extended support until January of 2020.

Time to start migrating over to the greatly improved Windows 10.

 

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