Submitting A New WordPress Plugin And Uploading It On SVN

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In this blog you will learn about uploading a new approved plugin or updating an existing WordPress plugin on svn. 1. Adding New Plugin to WordPress   Go to below link and upload your plugin :https://wordpress.org/plugins/developers/add/ Add read me file Screenshots Screenshots go in the /assets folderthe filename for screenshot should be screenshot-1.png, screenshot-2.png and the

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Slick Slider WordPress Without Plugin | Slick Carousel

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In this blog we will learn how to add a slick carousel in a WordPress Theme without using any plugins. There are couple of ways you can add a slick carousel in WordPress: Using slick-carousel npm package, or, Download required slick files. In this blog we will learn the second way, by downloading the slick files.

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Setup Tailwind CSS in a WordPress plugin or theme

Setup Tailwind CSS in a WordPress plugin or theme

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In this blog we will discuss how we will setup Tailwind css in a WordPress plugin or theme. Tailwind CSS is a highly customizable, low-level CSS framework that gives you all of the building blocks you need to build bespoke designs without any annoying opinionated styles you have to fight to override. If you would

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Internationalization and Localization in WordPress

Internationalization and Localization in WordPress

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Internationalization is the process of developing your theme, so it can easily be translated into other languages. Internationalization is often abbreviated as i18n (because there are 18 letters between the letters i and n). Localization describes the subsequent process of translating an internationalized theme. Localization is abbreviated as l10n (because there are 10 letters between the l and the

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Lazy Loading Images in WordPress

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In this blog, I am going tell you the quickest and easiest way to create lazy loading without using any libraries.We are just going to use simpleCSS and JavaScript The Concept We first add the lightweight image URL in the src and srset attributes, and the actual image URL and actual srcset into data-src and data-srcset respectively.On initial page load, on window resize, scroll and

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Using Templates in WordPress

Using Templates in WordPress

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In themes: get_template_part( ‘slug-name’, ‘name’ );We should keep our templates inside template-parts directory.So lets say our template file is in: themes/theme-name/template-parts/home/home-my-template.phpTo include this template you will write ( for e.g. inside front-page.php ) For e.g. our template file is in: themes/theme-name/template-parts/home/my-template.php In Plugin, For e.g. our template file is in:plugins/plugin-name/templates/my-template.php If we want to pass

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