WordPress is great for also organising your code snippets and tracking codes. However, with this makes it easy to get disorganised too. This guide will help aid this, making it easier to remember where to add your certain code.
You will have to configure this snippet in either your Code Snippets plugin (recommended), or through your functions.php file. There are times when you need to make use of a subfield variable to communicate across the WordPress platform, therefore in this case we will have to hide the certain subfield.
Theme Screenshots are a great selling point in Theme Development. Primarily the imagery. So make sure you follow this 4-point checklist for great looking Theme Screenshots.
Going the extra mile to impress your client/users? Use a Custom Meta Theme Color! It is highly recommended to add a meta theme color for your Wordpress theme / website. In fact, make it a standard for your web projects!
Another reason that makes WordPress powerful is the ability for the theme or plugin developer to make use custom image sizes, which is beneficial for web performance of a theme. Check out why this is the case as well as if you have to use a custom post thumbnail in certain cases.
Find out why it is wrong to place your Custom Post Type functions and setup in your Theme’s functions.php file, and that it is better to place it outside your theme.