Run a Localhost WordPress Installation on Local Area Network

Localhost WordPress installs are incredibly useful for doing all the development work before making the site live. Normally most of us have more than one machines at our workplace or homes. Now if you have a localhost environment setup at one, you would want to replicate the same at the other machine. For that you… Continue reading Run a Localhost WordPress Installation on Local Area Network

How to Enable Group Policy Editor on Windows 10 Home Edition

Group Policy Editor is one of the most powerful tools that allows users to manage hidden settings used to enable or disable some pretty useful features of Windows. Since Windows 10, Microsoft has shipped Group Policy Editor only for the Pro and enterprise versions of Windows but not the home versions. The following tutorial will… Continue reading How to Enable Group Policy Editor on Windows 10 Home Edition

A Tip for AntiSpam Bee Users

If you are using the AntiSpam Bee plugin on your WordPress blog, then you should leave the option “Look in the local spam database” off. More often these databases end up adding genuine IP addresses which are usually dynamic and thus easily fall prey to spammers. The ISPs are usually very slow in getting these… Continue reading A Tip for AntiSpam Bee Users

How to reference files properly in parent/child themes?

Child theme is arguably the best thing that happened to WordPress themes. But still I see many people who create a child theme incorrectly use wordpress functions to refer to the images and stylesheets which result in broken urls. WordPress provides four functions to refer to the different files inside parent and child themes: get_template_directory(),… Continue reading How to reference files properly in parent/child themes?