WordPress loop is the heart of WordPress Themes. Understanding it will allow you to make your Theme look and act exactly the way you want.
WordPress dashboard widgets can enhance the user experience by either displaying a simple information to admin or perform a specific configuration task from the administration area of the site. In this post, I will tell you how to interact with WordPress Dashboard Widgets API
As a WordPress developer, one must know which file is responsible for handling specific task. In this post, I will cover some of the important files that you can look into when developing a specific feature for theme/plugin or customizing the default behavior of the WordPress.
You can create your own error template for database error for visitors in case anything goes wrong with your database server.
In this post, I will show how to create an error template which you can style anyway you want.
Understanding WordPress database object will help you to write better code for your theme or plugin. In this post I will show you how to extend existing wpdb class by creating your own database class in a separate file and performing CRUD operations using built-in WordPress database APIs.
WordPress shortcode API makes it easy for developer to fetch content from database and display in various parts of the website. I will list the details of this API in this blog.