Starter Content is something introduced in WordPress 4.7. This is a feature that enables you to create the demo content for your theme from the beginning. In this tutorial you will get some insights in it and learn how to set it for your own WordPress theme.
When working with WordPress and other APIs, there will be times to handle WordPress errors or errors given by third party APIs. With WP_Error class you can handle both error and make your own custom error.
Ever wondered how to control script and style loading to achieve better WordPress performance? In this tutorial we will learn how WordPress loads the scripts and how can we control which script or style will be loaded. We will also see how to block loading of scripts from certain plugins.
WordPress templates can be overridden to create a different layout of the content or to add additional content directly on the template. Usually plugins provide basic templates for their content which can be then overridden by themes. In this tutorial we will learn how you can override WordPress templates and even provide that option in your own plugin.