The WordPress shortcode is a wonderful tool. Shortcodes allow developers to give control of their code-snippets to the WordPress-administrators. Shortcodes developers allow users to place/embed the developer’s code anywhere they like. The developer writes the output, and the user adds the shortcode in their WordPress editor wherever they would like to output that code. For … Continue reading WordPress Shortcode Fundamentals
Step 1.) Create a sub-domain for your WordPress Install. Login to cPanel Click the ‘sub-domains’ icon, beneath the ‘Domains’ heading Input a name for the sub-domain (the name must be url-friendly) Click ‘Create’ The sub-domain is done. It may take some time before the server publishes the sub-domain This video-tutorial could be helpful Step 2.) … Continue reading Install WordPress via cPanel Step by Step
I ran in to the problem a while ago that I needed to use a Font Awesome icon in a design-comp. In retrospect I should have downloaded and installed the font… Instead I made a form where users submit the name of the icon they want to view.