Let’s say your company sells one product. This deserves the spotlight, right? Let’s say you want to give your product a prominent place in the topmenu. Since Magento 2 natively only supports adding categories to its topmenu, you’re up for a challenge! Today I’ll show you how to create a module which allows you to add products to your topmenu.
After a lot of research (a few months!) I managed to implement an efficient way to do it. Version 1.9.0 contains an experimental option to remove any Google Fonts that are enqueued in your WordPress blog.
But, for those where it doesn’t work, or for those that want to have full control, I provided an alternative: a complete guide on how to remove Google Fonts from your WordPress Theme.
Although I am the (self-proclaimed) king, no, emperor of hosting files locally, even I must admit that many roads lead to Rome. Today I’ll explain to you how something called ‘Preconnect’ can greatly speed up your WordPress blog.
How do you move WordPress to a new domain? Moving my WordPress site to a new domain gave me a headache, but I’m sure it was worth it. I mean, check out my shiny new domain name! .dev, isn’t it awesome? If this move doesn’t give me a SEO boost, I don’t know what does.
Why did it give me a headache? I wanted to move WordPress using an external domain registrar with 301 redirects, without affecting my Let’s Encrypt SSL-certificates and Google Search Console. And not a tutorial in the world to help me out.
Well, I figured it out and today I’ll share it with you.
I’ve received many requests on the WordPress support forums to create plugins to host certain files locally.
Besides CAOS and OMGF I recently created a plugin which enables you to easily save a local copy of any external script or style, called HELL or: Host Everything LocaL. But since there are still plenty of scenario’s that aren’t covered by CAOS, OMGF or HELL I figured I’d show you how to host any file locally and keep it updated using cronjobs.