Is it possible add a filter to a hook after an HTML element thats after the hook? Example Template file: Or is it possible to add an element around the <a id=’logo’></a> ? Like: <div class=”logo_container”><a id=’logo’></a></div> Answer The short answer is “no”. Hooks run at the place that the developer decided to place them. Any code before them, unless
I have a layout where we want to place the custom posts types on alternating rows and 2 & 3 columns. so basically: Any suggestions? Answer This is the code you got your results and its continue as your requirements you can check the screenshot below.. If need any more help drop the comment or message will help..
How can I put two variables in post__not_in like this: When I do this only posts from first variable don’t show up from the others show up. I can do that with array push like below but is there any different way to do it? Answer According to the wp_queryDocs, post__not_in accepts an array of post ids. It’s not clear
I am trying to create a dynamic loop to get the custom taxonomy categories to show in the navigation. I have registered my custom post type “services” with this code: In my functions.php I registered the custom taxonomy with the following code: In my navigation, I am using this loop to call the specific categories from the taxonomy: I have
I am trying to edit my Wordpress WooCommerce checkout page to remove the space above the PayPal checkout buttons but I don’t know where I should start off. I feel like this can be easily done just by editing code but I’m not really familiar with HTML and CSS. My website My website checkout currently looks like: My website is
I added custom/extra user details in registration form of woocommerce (image attached ). Fields shown in red box are custom fields. My code for add custom fields. Now i am trying to change the order of all form elements in registration form. But issue is I can only change the order of customize elements add by me.I am not able
I want to go to single.php file when this button is clicked. but it doesn’t do anything. Answer Replace this: with this: And then style your a tag like a button.
This code allows me to display to the connected user the list of his written articles. However, I would like to choose the message that appears when no articles have been written (when the list is empty). I know that I need an IF statement but I don’t really know where to put it and with which data. I would
I have tried posting this on Wordpress stackoverflow, but haven’t got any answers. This is PHP + Wordpress question, so maybe someone here could help. Ok, so I’m building a “Transactions” table for a user using user_meta array. I’m new to this and trying to figure things out. Basically, in practice I know how to store array to user_meta. My