Wordpress Tutorials

Browse our archive of Wordpress tips, tricks and tutorials that are regularly posted by the web design team at Creare. Our Wordpress posts range from Codex explanations to integration with other Open-Source platforms like Magento. Don’t forget, if you have any questions, comments or contributions, you can leave them on the comments feed at the bottom of each post.

Running a cron/schedule script in WordPress

Today, Dan talks about a great function called wp_schedule_event() which allows you to run functions with WordPress’ cron. Continue reading

Using bloginfo() when developing a WordPress website

Today Dan talks through a tip when developing a WordPress website. Continue reading

Using the_date() WordPress function

Today Dan talks about a common WordPress date bug and how to fix it. Continue reading

Track Google Analytics Goals with WP Contact form 7

This week James explains how to track Google Analytics Goals in the popular Wordpress Plugin – Contact Form 7. Continue reading

Get parent taxonomy from post in WordPress

So I’ve been working a lot with taxonomies in web design recently (as you might have guessed from all the posts). There’s a few things I’ve need to do that require a bit of research and thought to get the … Continue reading

Change Templates for Custom Post Type posts in WordPress

In this weeks blog, Claire takes us through assigning different templates to Custom Post Type Posts, using the ‘Post Template’ drop down. Continue reading

Using Disqus in your WordPress website

Today Dan talks a little bit about using Disqu on your WordPress website and some of the features available. Continue reading

Web Design Tip – WordPress Breadcrumb Plugins

Today Dan shares a few useful plugins for adding a breadcrumb trail to your WordPress website. Continue reading

Web Design Tip – WordPress theme localisation

Today Dan goes through a quick tip to help you translate your WordPress theme if you’re ever need to. Continue reading

Web Design Tip – Multilingual WordPress site development

Today, Dan goes through a few different ways you can convert your single language WordPress site to a multilingual version. Continue reading