TinyMCE Text Editor Alternative for WordPress

The default WordPress editor has two views one is the Visual and another is Text. Visual editor lets you add basic functionalities or effects to your content without having to touch any code whereas Text editor shows the code generated for the effects you applied on content from Visual editor. Text editor is user friendly… Read More »

How to add 2-Step Authentication in WordPress using Free Plugins

On installing WordPress for your website you get a default password with the option to change it to more stronger password of your choice. Passwords are the de-facto standard for logging in on the web but can be easily broken now a days. Even if you create strong passwords and change them regularly, but for easy access and… Read More »

How to Use WP REST API and Disable JSON REST API in WordPress

The WP REST API is a WordPress plugin that intends to be eventually integrated into WordPress’ core as another big  step towards transforming WordPress from a blogging platform/CMS into a full fledged application framework. While WordPress is currently a great choice for a broad range of applications, one area where it currently falls short is providing… Read More »

How to Edit Articles Directly from Front-end in WordPress

There are times when you are referring some content of your site and you found some mistake or something missing for it. During such time you need to login to the back-end, make the changes and see it on the front-end. This indeed becomes time consuming at times. It can also happen that you have… Read More »