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WordPress 101 – Part 16: How to print the Blog Info




sixteenth lesson of the series WordPress 101 for Beginner Developers, How to print the Blog Info.

Learn how to build a Theme from scratch, create the folder and the necessary files to install and activate a custom theme.

This tutorials are meant to be a starter help for developers who never used WordPress before and want to learn how to code themes and plugins without using pre-coded assets.

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  • Helloooo Alessandro! thank you for this special tutorials series!! I had a bug with the walker… i fixed as follow : I replaced the line function start_lvl( &$output, $depth ){function start_lvl( &$output, $depth ){ with function start_lvl(&$output, $depth = 0, $args = array()) { no errors now!


  • Hi. Interesting , in lesson 13 yet you have search menu after nav menu and now in this lesson you have in nav menu , but when you this did and how ? 🙁 It's little bothering


  • Dear, i need your help to setup permalink in my website, can you please suggest. bcz of this problem i am not able to understand this session in my theme, like how it is working?


  • monstoroid


  • Thanks for the tip on removing the WP version! but WP version show in wp-includes/js/wp-emoji-release.min.js?ver=4.9.4 this file link how to remove it


  • thanks a lot)
    super useful stuff!


  • I love how you make us hide the WordPress version on our own websites, but checking at your site you still have it in there (just intended as a joke) 😉 Anyway, looking at your website and the way you give your own touch to it really inspires me and other developers to come up with something unique and amazing. Keep it up!


  • Great tutorials, thx for that 🙂
    When it comes to removing junk from meta section, I came across sth. like the lines below and it works like a charm.

    “`
    remove_action('wp_head', 'wp_generator');
    remove_action('wp_head', 'rsd_link');
    remove_action('wp_head', 'wlwmanifest_link');
    remove_action('wp_head', 'wp_shortlink_wp_head');
    “`


  • can you make something like steps , just list, what do you recommand?

    Theme layout (html / css ) -> basic setup custom manu …. and what (are dous that is make first) the steps that you follow when you are makeing the wordpress theme ? can you do that ? just comment pls .


  • Great tutorials! Just a couple of things though: 1) If you use the tagline to populate the meta description tag this means that the description remains the same for all pages and posts. When Google indexes a page it looks at the description tag and uses the content for the page description. This means that if Google is listing all your pages they will all have the same description. This isn't particularly good for SEO or useful to the user, so unless you have a way of getting individual descriptions per post/page it's better not to use this tag. In its absence Google will use a snippet from the page content instead which is a much better result. 2) I think it's better to have the bloginfo('name') after wp_title. This is because Google is more interested in the unique title of your page rather than the site title. You can get rid of the separator by entering an empty string inside wp_title and hardcoding a separator between wp_title and bloginfo: <title><?php wp_title(''); ?> | <?php bloginfo('name'); ?></title>. Having said all that I repeat 'Great tutorials' thanks very much 🙂


  • Thanks Alex, another great tutorial.. Just a question.. The version of wordpress i'm using is printed in the footer like this:

    <script type='text/javascript' src='http://localhost/wordpress/wp-includes/js/wp-embed.min.js?ver=4.5.3'></script>

    ..can you tell me how I would hide the WP version number?
    Thanks man


  • Hi Alessandro

    Your videos really impressive!!! I almost finished my first web site with your videos 🙂
    You are the best teacher I want to ask that how we will implement after localhost to host? Please could you explain in one session?

    Thank you for your amazing support….


  • Thaaaaaanks a loooooot!!!


  • hi allesandro , thx for your presious tutorial but you've many times wrote in the bottom of the screen ! 15:00 , thanks again


  • Thanks for the tip on removing the WP version!  Looking forward to more optimization tips


  • great tutorial sir.


  • If you want to learn to program WordPress, just watch this super movies 🙂 Good job Alessandro!