WordPress is the world's most popular content management system (or CMS), and is used by around 30% of all websites in existence - including this one. I focus on WordPress.org, which is the open source, self-hosted version, as well as the huge ecosystem that has grown around it: plugins, themes, page builders and more.

9 June 2019
Resolving a WordPress plugin conflict between Oxygen and Enlighter

I hit a WordPress plugin conflict between the Oxygen 2 website builder and the Enlighter syntax highlighter. Here's what happened and how I fixed it.

7 June 2019
Highlighting specific lines using Crayon Syntax Highlighter

When using the WordPress plugin Crayon Syntax Highlighter to display code snippets, it's possible to mark lines as important so they appear highlighted.

6 January 2019
How to list out your WordPress categories with a post count for each

Here's a useful snippet of code to automatically list out all your WordPress categories as links - with a post count for each one.

1 January 2019
How to set styles in Oxygen 2 for WordPress - four different ways

The Oxygen 2 site builder for WordPress has many ways to set styles. Here are four of them, and my own personal way of working.

27 December 2018
Creating multi-paragraph blockquotes in WordPress's Text Editor

Creating a blockquote with multiple paragraphs in WordPress's Text Editor is simple - but the markup is a bit different to HTML.

26 December 2018
How to list out your WordPress tags with a post count for each

Want to list out all your WordPress tags as links with a post count for each? Here's a snippet of code that will do that with no need to update manually.

2 September 2018
Be careful renaming elements in Oxygen site builder for WordPress

This WordPress site is built using a visual website builder called Oxygen 2. It's great, but sometimes a case of trial and error. Here's one 'error' you can easily avoid. Oxygen sites are built from templates that consist of a number of elements - divs, columns, that sort of thing. By default each element you […]

29 August 2018
WordPress not centring images when you tell it to? Here's how to fix that

Your image looks centered in the WordPress editor... but when you publish the post, it's still left aligned. What gives?

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