access wordpress functions.php

What is Functions.php WordPress offers extensive customization to your wordpress website. You can edit functionality, looks any way you want to by inserting your own code in the “functions.php” of your wordpress website. Functions.php comes with the theme and as it is suggested by name, it stores theme’s functions. You can customize your website by manipulating functions.php’s code.. There are two ways you can access the functions.php. It can be either access by a FTP client or it can be accessed in wordpress’s administrator dashboard through browser. Access functions.php By Using a......

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Removing Wordpress Menu Items with Single Click

As a web developer working on website, All I know is time is money and during developing a website, there is one thing I hated the most. “Deleting menu items”. You see when I want to remove a menu item in WordPress, I go to   in admin Panel and then I remove the items one by one by expanding the menu item and using Remove to delete single item. Imagine when you have to remove an entire submenu consisting dozens of links. This exercise becomes excoriating painful. The Solution Meet One Click Remove......

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Increasing logged-in expiry time of your wordpress website

Why Increase Loggin-in Expiry Time Sometimes while developing a wordpress website, you dont want wordpress to log you off automatically from the website you are working on or in an other case, you might want to increase log-in expiry timer for your website’s users. Here’s a tiny piece of code that you can copy and paste into your functions.php file to help achieve the goal. Source Code   You can reach Waqas Yousaf through twitter @wiqi....

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