Add this PHP code to your theme's functions.php file or in the Code Snippets plugin. What it does? It displays a message to users about cookie usage and links to your privacy policy. Upon clicking the "Accept" button, it sets a cookie to record the user's consent and hides the notice. Here is the demo:…

WordPress started adding class="wp-block-heading" to headings recently, from WordPress 6.2, to be more specific. Here's the announcement post. This is a welcome change for most, who wanted to customize or hook into WordPress's default headings for more freedom but some of us might want to just get rid of it. How to remove class="wp-block-heading" from…

Coming across an error message when visiting a website is a frustrating experience, especially when that website is your own. However, you needn't panic as soon as this happens. First of all, you should try to ascertain whether the website is down for everyone or down only for you. In the latter case, there could…

You must have come across several WordPress plugins for integrating Adsense into your WordPress-powered blogs be it in the sidebar, between posts, in between the content and other areas like footers and headers. Using a plugin is really simple, isn’t it? Install an Adsense plugin with a click of a button and then link your…

Description Automate your SEO Add today's date by , current year by , previous year by , next year by , current month (like January) by and current month shortname (like Jan) by shortcodes anywhere, including content and title. Use this plugin to boost your site's SEO by using the variables anywhere. Works with popular…

Comments are no longer good for SEO but if you can't still get rid of it, manage it right. Some bloggers, link-building muddleheads may spam your comment area with multiple URLs. You can get rid of those by putting this code in your child theme's functions.php file.

Want to tell your readers how long it will take an article to read completely? Insert the following code into the right file (e.g., single.php or page.php) in the right place (above post meta and below post title) in your theme. It counts total words in an article and calculates time by estimating that on average…