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While transfering the site from one server to another server, some times we face "#1273 – Unknown collation: ‘utf8mb4_unicode_520_ci’".
Once you installed any Paid or Free Theme in your site and then you want to create child theme of that, just follow below simple steps to create a child theme in WordPress.
Why We Need to Create a Child Theme?
If you modify a theme directly and after some time the theme has and update and you update it, then your modifications may be lost. By using a child theme you will ensure that your modifications are preserved. This allows us to easily update parent theme without worrying about losing your changes.
How to Create a Child Theme
A child theme consists of
WordPress search feature is really useful, but when we use WordPress as a CMS, sometimes the search feature becomes unnecessary. Well if you have been wanting to get rid of the search functionality, then this article will give perfect solution. In this article, we will Learn how to disable WordPress search feature in this quick guide.
Do you want to modify your default Forgot password mail content ? Here we will learn how to customize Reset Password Email content in WordPress. Just copy paste the below code in function.php file :
Do you want to change the default sender name and email address for outgoing WordPress emails? By default, WordPress uses ‘WordPress’ as the sender name for all outgoing WordPress notification emails. In this article, we will learn how to change the default sender name and email address in outgoing WordPress email in static and dynamic way.
In WordPress by default the login logo url points to WordPress.org. If you have a customized WordPress login logo, or a completely custom WordPress login page design in your site, then you should probably change the login logo url to your main site or anything that is more relevant to your site.
In normal WordPress hosting, they allow to upload normally 2MB files in media library. But this is not enough for some big content site. In this article, we will show you how to increase the maximum file upload size in WordPress without using any type of plugin.
While designing WordPress theme sometimes we require to show different layout or design according to user's - client's browser or Operating System. So that we can achieve our best result as we want. In this article we will learn How to Add Browser and OS ( Operating System ) Classes in WordPress Body Class By Custom Function.
Put the following code in your theme's function.php file.
In the WordPress, to add additional image thumbnails you need just put the given code into your function.php file or your relative WordPress plugin file.