WordPress always registers posts automatically at a certain time and keeps them in the old copy to be able to go back. Over time, this process takes up too much space on the databased and reduces the performance of your WordPress site. To do this, you can first write the following code and you can do this by adding our wp-config.php file. The wp-config.php file is in the WordPress main root directory….

WordPress sticky post concept can be very confusing. Sticky posts are posts set to always show when a query returns. If you search the WordPress sticky post hides on the internet you can see that there are not many examples. I will try to illustrate this with an example. You can understand how by examining the following code example. You can try the following code in your own theme in the themes folder …

What you need to do to disable the update of the plugins in WordPress is simple. We will first edit the following code by ourselves. In the WordPress plugin directory we will enter the plugin directory we want to cancel updating and find the main plugin file. We will place the code we have arranged according to ourselves in the function.php file and after the plugin update warning in the WordPress admin panel will be gone…