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Everything You Need to Know About the New Google Maps Platform

Google has announced a major new update to the Google Maps API’s that will come in effect on June 11, 2018. If you’re using Google Maps on your website or mobile apps it is essential that you are aware and take action. Whether you’re a developer or a website owner, Google has “simplified” it’s mapping […]

How to Make a WordPress Plugin Multilingual

Multilingual WordPress plugin development is super easy and increases your target audience. At flippercode, our developers strictly follow the multilingual approach in any type of WordPress development. Instead of defining ‘Internationalization’ or ‘Localization’ words theoretically, I’d like to develop a multilingual plugin from scratch so you can understand this perfectly. Create “Hello World!” Multilingual Plugin […]

Essential Checklists Before Save Data in WordPress

Save data in WordPress in a secure way to reduce SQL injections chances and increase the stability of your project. Using few techniques we can make our WordPress plugin development very secure which we use in our every plugin development project at flippercode. Essential Checklist for Data Validation A checklist can be applied whenever you […]

Create Dynamic Meta Boxes in WordPress

Meta boxes are the small piece of HTML to add on administrative interface. These are used to extend posts/pages or custom post type edit screens to ask more related information. Using meta boxes, you can organized custom fields in a better way. How to Add Meta Boxes We’ve discussed hooks in details. We’ll use add_meta_boxes […]

Create Dynamic Custom Post Types in WordPress

Custom post types & custom fields are widely used at our company and without these, we can’t imagine a website other than a blog. We don’t use any plugin to create custom post types because of following reasons. To avoid unnecessary dependencies on third party plugins. Errors in the upcoming release of the plugin can […]

Tips to Reduce your Blog’s Bounce Rate

What is Bounce Rate? For those who are unfamiliar with the term, Bounce Rate refers to the percentage of visitors who visit the landing page of your website and right away leaves without browsing other pages of your site. It is generally considered that a site’s bounce rate scales up if it does not feed […]

How to Use Vagrant in WordPress Development

Vagrant for WordPress development comes to mind when you think about your difficulties to share same development environment between developers. Sometimes few things work on your PC but not on your client’s PC or on the live server. To rectify such issues, we need same server environment to see what exactly happening on another side. […]

How to Optimize .htaccess of a WordPress Website

The .htaccess (Hypertext Access) is a very powerful file. It allows you to make changes in Apache web server configuration settings without affecting the main configuration file. In other words, you can modify the way the server behaves without changing the core settings. It is similar to using a child theme in WordPress because when […]