Render your posts with a custom format using Jetpack’s infinite scroller

Jetpack’s infinite scroller uses the content.php file by default to render new posts that are being loaded when the user scrolls down. This is what most of developers need in almost any scenario, nevertheless if you’re using a custom html … Continue reading

How to get rid of the .infinite-wrap in Jetpack’s Infinite Scroller for WordPress

You’ve may be wonder how to do it, but not found any info on regarding that div that separates your group of posts. This article will guide you to do this simple operation that could be obvious once you know … Continue reading

Add user columns to network users view in WordPress Multisite

It is incredible how little information there is on regarding the users page on a WP network install. This user’s view can be used for a variety of purposes depending on your website’s structure. For example, if you use wp multisite … Continue reading

Be careful with W3 Total Cache when migrating to a new domain

WordPress has made very easy to migrate a complete site to a new domain.  It is just a matter of defining define(‘RELOCATE’,true); on your wp-confing.php and moving all files to the new domain server. Nevertheless, some plugins are not catching up as fast … Continue reading

How to query posts that have post thumbnail

If you want to fetch posts with thumbnail images there’s a simple trick you can use on your WP query.  The trick is to include this simple line of code in your $args array: ‘meta_key’    => ‘_thumbnail_id’ Let’s say … Continue reading

Multilingual press switcher for your theme header

If you have multilingual press installed on your multisite you can have a selector or switcher showing on your header by using the following function: mlp_show_linked_elements(); In fact, you can have this function to show either text or a flag, … Continue reading