Category: Code Snippets
How to output content based on WordPress meta fields - and use conditions (statements) based on wether or not the meta fields has data
Did you know that you can use WordPress built-in “mobile detect” function wp_is_mobile to create a simple shortcode that can hide certain parts of your content from mobile visitors and-/or desktop visitors. The wp_is_mobile function returns true when your site is viewed from a mobile browser. Using this function you can create adaptive-/responsive wordpress themes …
To display the Wordpress site(blog) name and description - you can add the following to your template.
The WordPress JSON REST API can be useful for developers building apps using WordPress. Other site owners may find it unusable - and it could also potentially expose your website
With the WordPress function: wp_get_attachment_image_src, you can get the src of the featured image. Instructions Add this code to your page/post template file where you want to use the featured image source.
Here is a snippet that will enable you to show a short intro (excerpt) of the WordPress author bio of a post and not the complete bio. With this snippet you can make an excerpt of the author bio, with a link to the author page, where you can see the full bio. Instructions Add …
Sometimes you need to display post-specific content using custom fields. In this example we will show you how you can display custom field data using conditional statements in the form of a youtube video embed. If the post has a "youtube-video-link" defined, the content will be rendered.
If you only wish to show content only on the WordPress front page, you can do so by wrapping the content in a is_page (is_front_page) conditional statement. You can also choose to display content on all pages BUT front page by adding “!” to your statement. Instructions Insert content as shown below. Related Links: …
Expose the Wordpress "img src" part from the get_the_post_thumbnail, to modify the "img src" syntax.
This snippet automatically sets the featured image by fetching the first image of the WordPress post.