Many sites are using WordPress profile fields to add additional information about their users. WordPress profile fields can also be used in author boxes under each article. In this tutorial you will learn how to add them easily with object oriented programming and WordPress hooks.
Custom WordPress post statuses are useful when creating different custom post types and their statuses. One of the best example on how to use them is WooCommerce and the order statuses. In this tutorial we will create a simple class that will handle creating custom post statuses with ease.
Galleries are an awesome way to show simple pictures in your posts. In this tutorial we will create a WordPress gallery that will show on the post on which we create it. We will also be able to decide the order of the images in our gallery.
Creating forms in WordPress can be difficult. By using OOP and WordPress hooks, you can create forms that can be extended as needed and also perform various tasks. With popular plugins such as Gravity forms or Contact Form 7, you might not need to create forms on a regular basis, but in some custom solutions you might have to create your own forms.
Dynamic email templates are a very common thing and they are interesting to implement. In this tutorial we will create some email templates in our WordPress administration which will get populated by user data and sent to our email after a user registers.