Turn the regular WordPress gallery block into a series of CSS-animated link-tiles. It’s a fun way to add bling to your site without slowing down the page-load. We’ll set it up so all we need to do is add the “animated-gallery-links” class to any gallery block we want to animate.
Create a custom plugin to control how hard your WordPress API gets hit by external clients. Useful if an external client is making too many API calls to your site, and you want to force them to slow down a bit. Retake control of your site’s bandwidth and CPU usage.
Reconfigure the WooCommerce checkout fields so the placeholder labels are inside the field inputs. These compact placeholder labels will resize, depending on whether the fields contain data and/or have input focus.
Change the WooCommerce single product image gallery into a grid layout, where the featured image and gallery thumbnails all the same size. For variable products, the top-left image is dynamic… so it shows the image of the selected product variation.
Create a new column on the WooCommerce admin orders page so you can see the products in each order. We’ll hook a WordPress filter to modify the list of columns available to the admin orders table. Then we’ll hook an action so we can render the contents of the column on a per-order basis.
Learn how to split the WooCommerce login and registration forms into two separate URLs without using a plugin. We’ll also make it easy to add custom fields to the registration form, so you can capture things like billing address when new users/customers register.
Add share-to-social network links to any WordPress content without installing a plugin. We’ll use some simple PHP to hook the content and inject the links & icons. It’s easy to customise and to add more networks of your own.