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Drupal modules to create feedback

In Drupal, there are several modules that can be used to create feedback forms and surveys. Some popular options include: Webform This module allows you to create forms and surveys using a drag-and-drop interface, and it includes a wide range of form elements and options. The Webform module in Drupal allows site administrators to create […]


Full-Stack Drupal developer

May 13, 2023

Widgets in WordPress

Widgets in WordPress are small blocks of content or functionality that can be added to various areas of a website, such as sidebars and footers. They can be used to display things like recent posts, categories, and search forms. Here are some tips on how to work with widgets in WordPress: Start by familiarizing yourself […]


Full-Stack developer

Apr 27, 2023

PHP WordPress Version Output

If you’re working with WordPress, it’s essential to know which version of the platform you’re running. Fortunately, WordPress provides a global variable called $wp_version that stores this information. In this article, we’ll look at how you can use the PHP code: to output the current version of WordPress on your site. To use this code, […]


Full-Stack developer

Feb 28, 2023

PHP WordPress Navigation Menu

There is a function in WordPress that displays a navigation menu on your website – wp_nav_menu(). By default, it displays the menu assigned to the “Primary” location in the WordPress dashboard, but you can specify a different menu or customize the output by passing various arguments to the function. Here is an example of how […]


Full-Stack developer

Feb 23, 2023

Modify WooCommerce Stylesheets

This code snippet is using the add_filter function to add a new filter to the woocommerce_enqueue_styles hook in WordPress. This hook is used to enqueue stylesheets in the WooCommerce plugin. The function passed to add_filter (in this case: jk_dequeue_styles) is called a “callback” function, and it modifies the list of stylesheets that are enqueued by […]


Full-Stack developer

Feb 15, 2023

WordPress bloginfo URLs

The bloginfo() function is a WordPress function that displays information about the current WordPress site. The parameters you provided are all options for the bloginfo() function that retrieve different URLs for the site. Here is a brief explanation of each parameter: pingback_url: This parameter retrieves the URL for the pingback XML-RPC file. Pingbacks are a […]


Full-Stack developer

Feb 09, 2023
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