A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
Comments allow your website's visitors to have a discussion with you and each other. When you activate comments on a Page or post, WordPress inserts several text boxes after your content where users c…
A generic term referring to the process of retrieving information from a database.
"HTTP Redirection" – the process by which a request for one URL is automatically replaced by a request for a different, usually related, URL.
Breaking up content into smaller-sized pages to be viewed individually
The method by which users find information on your WordPress site
Users with the ability to perform administrative tasks for a site or a network of sites.
Refers to a box-like reusable user-interface component common in the WordPress backend.
a theme feature introduced with Version 2.9. Thumbnail is an image that is chosen as the representative image for Posts, Pages or Custom Post Types.
an open-source, relational database management system.
Refers to the act of gaining access to a WordPress site, as well as the WordPress account itself.
A uniform resource locator, abbreviated URL, also known as web address, is a specific character string that constitutes a reference to a resource.
executed at specific points throughout the WordPress core.
itens set to a taxonomy, i.e. when you create new categories or tags you create new terms.
OFF-TOPIC. Support questions should be asked on the plugin's support page.
Names for a set of user capabilities.
used to pass data to a server. An HTML form can contain input elements like text fields, checkboxes, radio-buttons, submit buttons and more. A form can also contain select lists, textar…
The built-in taxonomy 'post_tag'.
The most common name of the per-directory settings file for the Apache server. WordPress stores the mod_rewrite configuration for "Pretty Permalinks" here. [url-rewriting] should be used for the WordP…
Set up The Loop with query parameters. This will override the current WordPress Loop and shouldn’t be used more than once. This must not be used within the WordPress Loop.
a safe way to modify a theme. A child theme inherits a "parent themes" styles and then can selectively override. This alternative to "destructive" editing allows for safe updating of …
one of WordPress' built-in Post Types. You'll probably want most of your website Pages to look about the same. Sometimes, though, you may need a specific Page, or a group of Pages, to displa…
The wpdb class, accessed via the $wpdb global variable, is used to interact with the WordPress database
the 'new publishing experience' slated for introduction in WordPress 5.0, replacing TinyMCE and other aspects of the default editing experience. Find out more at https://wordpress.…
Questions about the core RESTful HTTP API for accessing WP content and data.
Not all errors one encounters while working with WordPress are actually caused by WP. When asking about errors be as specific as possible. Just telling which error you get, is usually not enough to he…
Rewrite rules modify a web URL's appearance. This modification is called URL rewriting. Rewritten URLs (sometimes known as short, fancy URLs, search engine friendly - SEF URLs, or slugs) are used to p…
Covers all flavors of HTML: HTML5, XHTML and old-school HTML 4.
An image, audio or a video comprises a media.
the term used for variables stored in the database. They are accessed through the options API.
Links a script file to the generated page at the right time according to the script dependencies, if the script has not been already included and if all the dependencies have been registered. You coul…
A page showing more than one post in the main loop.
an image or other file uploaded through the post editor's upload utility. Attachments can be displayed on their own 'page' or template. For more information, see Using Image and File …
Refers to a mechanism built into the WP_Query class for querying the database for post data, including pages and CPTs, based upon post meta data.
a WordPress panel that display all files you've uploaded. There you can add new files, attach files to posts and pages etc.
Strengthening themes, plugins and core installation to prevent intrusion.
a framework for staging changes in WordPress. Settings may model anything in a given site (options, theme mods, widgets nav menus, posts, etc.) and the changes are bundled into chang…