This tutorial will show you how to re-direct the user to a Form Submission confirmation page. If you do not wish for this functionality and would like to add Google Analytics tracking to the default AJAX functionality of Contact Form 7 then look at the Official Contact Form 7 Documentation which explains how to do this within the admin area of WordPress. As far as I am aware the contact-form-7 plugin for WordPress does not allow you to specify custom landing page URLs as the form utilises an AJAX request when the form is submitted meaning that the user is … Continue reading
If you have a website built using Zend that has a requirement for a blog section, you can install WordPress in a subfolder to manage the blog. The problem you now have is that you have to edit your database details in two separate locations, the .ini file for your Zend Application and the wp-config file of WordPress. Although this isn’t a big deal it can easily be forgotten leaving to potential issues in the future if some details were to change. This issue is most likely to occur when transferring the site from a local or test server with … Continue reading
In the newer versions of WordPress, JQuery is included by default when you use the wp_head(); function. If for some reason you do not want this JQuery file to load then there is a simple way to fix it. Simply include the following in the header.php file. The wp_deregister_script(); function removes whatever script you place within its parameters. This means that if there other scripts included by wp_head(); that you do not want loading then simply use the wp_deregister_script(); function for those scripts too and they will be removed also.
If you have a project which requires site wide HTTPS then wp_head() can cause problems as by default it includes HTTP. This snippet of code will get the wp_head() content and use a string replace to replace/convert all HTTP instances with HTTPS meaning your site will now be fully secure.