Posts Tagged ‘wordpress’

Gravity Forms – the best form plugin for WordPress

What I like about WordPress is that it’s a pre-made swiss army knife. There’s a lot of uses for a WordPress site, from something traditional like a blog to a storefront to forum, to an online school. Regardless of why you use WordPress, there’s one plugin that I constantly return to. It’s a plug-in for…

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Add to Calendar WordPress Code Generator

I spent a few hours searching for a WordPress plugin that allows a visitor to quickly add a event to their calendar. The goal: A button that when clicked on, it gives the visitor an option to add that date to their calendar of choice. Unfortunately, the handful of plugins I discovered were either: bloated…

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Adding a custom wp_usermeta into a WordPress User Profile

For my WordPress users, I add a lot of custom wp_usermeta attributes. Within the WordPress Database, there are two tables for user-specific data. They are the wp_users (which contains information like the student’s email, name, password, etc), and the wp_usermeta (which contains everything else). For more information about the way WordPress sets up their tables,…

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