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“Why bother with WordPress cheat sheets?” – you ask. Well, maybe it’s just me, but I find it rather hard to remember all those keyboard shortcuts, function names, arguments, structures and whatnots that all come “with the territory” when you’re doing any kind of WordPress dev, design, or publishing work. And it’s not just WordPress. There are even whole keyboard covers available just to make using tools like Photoshop more bearable.Exhibit (a)by KB CoversAnyways. This is where WordPress cheat sheets (and others) come in! Cheat sheets is what me and you and everybody else can benefit from hugely if they’re struggling to remember things. Have a good cheat sheet and you can easily find yourself twice as productive – I truly believe this!But the keyword in there is “good cheat sheet.” Simply put, not all of them are created equal. Sometimes you can spend weeks looking for the perfect, tailor-made cheat sheet … [Read more...] about 120+ Great Cheat Sheets for WordPress, Web Developers and Designers
Tables have never been something that WordPress is particularly good at. Basically, if you want to showcase data tables in WordPress, you’ll most likely end up crafting the whole presentation by hand – using raw HTML and CSS to make everything look good.And no, I haven’t forgotten about the new block editor. While it certainly does make creating and displaying tables easier overall, it is still not a perfect solution, especially for large datasets.Anyway, since tables are something we’ve been using a lot in our posts here at CodeinWP, I want to share some of our top strategies with you today.In this guide, I’ll present some creative ideas on how you can use HTML tables / data tables in WordPress, make them look pristine ✨, and also make sure that they’re optimized for mobile and are SEO-friendly at the same time. How to use #data #tables in #WordPress - creative ways, easy to do, and looking great ✨ Click To Tweet … [Read more...] about How to Use Data Tables in WordPress – Creative Ways to Build Data-Filled HTML Tables
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