WP Scheduled Posts is over 5 years old tiny free WordPress plugin, which recently got a major overhaul. Check out the amazing Post Calender and other features.
So, the moment you all have been waiting for has finally arrived with the release of WP Scheduled Posts 2.0. First of all, we would like to thank you for being among our 3000+ active users. Thanks to all your suggestions through surveys, we are being able to take this plugin to the next level. Therefore, our success couldn't have been possible without your immense contribution. So, Thank you again. This is the opportunity to give you guys something in return with our latest release. With the 2.0 version, you will now have plenty of controls over how & when you want your contents to be published on your website. You can have your own nicely designed calendar, set your preferred day & time to be scheduled and so much more. In this article, we are going to give you a brief about what's new with WP Scheduled Posts 2.0.
Aside from the existing features, we have completely revamped our interface. The 2.0 version is offering a beautifully designed “Schedule Calendar” to plan your contents as per your preference in an organized way. It also has the drag & drop capability to help you get started quite easily.
The new WP Scheduled Posts will let authors to schedule a content
WordPress 5.0 made the Gutenberg project merged into WP Core. Classic Editor has been replaced by new Block Editor. But what if your choice of Page Builder or Editor is Elementor? What will be your workflow now? Yes, you could still work together, check this article.
Gutenberg is the visually driven Block Based editor that has been introduced with WordPress 5.0. With the latest release, WordPress has replaced its Classic Editor, with Gutenberg Block Editor which was previously available as a plugin. For regular WordPress Users, especially the mass people like Elementor users got in the dilemma whether they should switch to the new version of not as it brings massive change for the editorial experience. However, it is not like Gutenberg just got released. It was up on WordPress.org for a long time. But WordPress 5.0, which was released back on 6th of December, made it default editor replacing the Classic Editor. This particular event has boosted Gutenberg's development and landed it on everyone's News Feed.
Plugins for WordPress, like Elementor which sit at the Million Active Installation Club' had started developing its own plans to address the inclusion of Gutenberg into WordPress.
WordPress 5.0 & Elementor
You might be wondering isn't Gutenberg and Elementor rivals then? Well, we can say that they are, as we can associate terms like Page Builder and Drag-and-Drop to both the Plugins. But Elemetnor Team has a completely different view on the
If you schedule contents in WordPress and faced the Missed Schedule error, this tutorial is for you, it talks about a recently updated plugin that does much more than just missed schedule.
Wouldn't this be really frustrating to schedule a content for your website and then only to find out that it hasn't been published at all? This is actually not a very uncommon issue among WordPress users. Now, imagine if there was a plugin to automatically prevent this from happening and keeping everything organized? Well, that's exactly what you can do with WP Scheduled Posts Pro. In this article, we are going to give you a brief on how to manage the missed schedule error in WordPress. The Reason Behind Missed Schedule Error
To run unattended scheduled tasks, WordPress uses Cron job for these sorts of events. By default, “wp_cron” function takes care of this.
How the Cron job works is that each content you schedule is saved in the database with your set time. The event is only triggered when you have a visitor on your website. When someone comes to your site, it checks whether there's an event scheduled or not. If yes, only then it publishes the content.
That's where the problem lies especially if your site has a limited number of visitors. Suppose, if no one visits your website during that time interval, the scheduled event is not going to get triggered. As a result, your
This is a simple guide and guides about disabling Gutenberg, and using WordPress 5.0 as you are used to.
WordPress 5.0 replaces its Classic Editor with Gutenberg. This sudden change can badly impact your WordPress Website if your team struggles to get a hang of the new Editor. If you are looking for a way to revert back to Classic Editor and keep your life as simple as it was previously, then you are in the right place. Gutenberg For WordPress
Gutenberg For WordPress is an editor which now comes as default with the WordPress 5.0 update. To some, it might be a great upgrade. However, chances are you might not like the Gutenberg Editor at all as it changes the writing experiences a lot from the previous one we all were comfortable with. Now as you have already upgraded or want to use the WordPress Bebo, you would probably think if there's a way to go back if you don't like it. Well, don't worry. As Gutenberg is rated 2.2 out of 5 on WordPress, there's high chance you would like to revert back to WordPress Classic Editor.
So what do you do if you have already upgraded to WordPress 5.0 and now feel stuck with Gutenberg? Why not switch back to the Classic Editor?
Switch Back To WordPress Classic Editor
To switch back to the WordPress Classic Editor, you need to install a Classic Editor on your
Developer asked for Dashboard access, and you are thinking if you should change your account password or create a new account and share? That day is over. This is step by step guide you should bookmark.
This is a common scenario when you need to give your Developer access to your WordPress Dashboard. Sharing your own admin account is so back-dated and risky, and creating another account and managing that is also troublesome. But thanks to amazing WordPress Community (Especially my friend Drew Jaynes) we have a smart solution now. Sometimes it could be theme developer or plugin developer, or even hosting support guys, that you might need to share Dashboard access for support purpose. You have 100% right to be skeptic, though probably 99% time it won’t have any risk. WordPress Community itself is obviously very giving and helps each other. If a free theme or plugin developer asked for Dashboard access for giving you support, this is already very generous for him. So doubting him also makes the situation looks weird. So, here we have a smart solution.
Problems with Old Method:
Before jumping into the solution lets talk about possible risk with old methods.
# Sharing your own admin account is always risky, it could be a complete mess if it been shared with wrong people, you could loose access completely.
# If you create a temporary admin account and share that, you have to remember,
Elementor introduced Inline Text Editing few days ago, this post shows how it works.
Kudos to the Elementor team. On 7th of November, 2017 Elementor 1.8.0 was released. Now with their latest feature upgrade, you can streamline the process of page-building. You may wonder, how? With the latest version of Elementor, you get in-line editing feature. You get it with both the free and pro version. This feature was much anticipated as it completely upgrades how you write content in the page-builder interface. Combine this with the feature-rich widgets and you have a lethal weapon.
Is it Limited to Just Text-Widgets?
Elementor offers widgets of different types. And without any doubt, you can use the in-line editing feature with every Text-Widget. But do you need this feature for every other widget type? Definitely not! In-line editing suits specific widget types.
For example, the Flip-Box widget is heavily content-based. So you should be able to enjoy the in-line editing with this widget, right? Well, even if you had that chance, you won’t enjoy it. The Flip-Box Widget gives you two canvases inside a certain section area. And as you hover your mouse over the widget it will switch back and forth between these two canvases. Think of these two canvases as two opposite sides
You can add custom scripts to your WordPress websites using a plugin and perhaps it's the best and safest way if you trust the plugin. When you don't need the scripts, you can take off them and disable the plugin. There are few plugins in WordPress repository but none of them using Customizer feature. So you need to add them from WordPress Dashboard, save script and check back the pages to test the functionality. Since I often need to add some scripts to add interactivity or custom features, I felt it should use the Customizer so that it could be tested on the fly. So I built a fresh new plugin for this and released for free on the WordPress repository. You can check Custom Header Footer Scripts for Customizer