WooCommerce archives (shop, categories, and tag pages) don’t display short descriptions by default. If you want this feature, customize your theme by adding this line of code.
I code in several different programming languages and I post content relevant to the different languages on this website. Software development tools and languages evolve very dynamically. What's hot today may be forgotten tomorrow. So, categorizing my content based on language is not very practical. Instead, I use client-server labeling to categorize my work with various programming languages. This section holds content that I consider to be back-end (or server-side) programming.
WooCommerce products don’t have authors because the plugin developers think this is irrelevant. But a site may need this feature sometimes. The code snippet shared here helps bring back the feature to allow author assignment in the product edit area.
By default JetPack adds a nofollow attribute to all links in the related posts section. You can use this PHP code snippet to remove/disable this nofollow attribute.
By default, WordPress doesn’t come with suspicious login notifications and two factor authentication. We use plugins (or custom code) for these things. This piece of code notifies you when a user logs in to your site. Good for websites with few users.
This code will select a random user agent from a predefined list of valid user agent strings. It’s useful for building certain types of web crawlers or cache warming bots. It helps bypass firewalls that reject requests missing a user agent string.
This guide will show you how to programmatically perform common service management tasks from PHP. It focuses on the ServiceManagementRestProxy class in the official Microsoft Azure SDK for PHP.