How to Add Magnifying Zoom for Images in WordPress

Do you want to add an Amazon like magnifying zoom for images in WordPress? Zooming images allow users to see details that they would not see in a normal sized image. In this article, we will show you how to easily add magnifying zoom for images in WordPress. Adding Magnifying Zoom for WordPress Images First thing you need to do is install and activate the WP Image Zoom plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin. Upon activation, you need to visit WP Image Zoom page in your WordPress admin. From here, you can manage the zoom settings for your images. In the General Settings tab, you can enable features like zoom on WooCommerce product images, thumbnails, mobile devices, attachment pages, category pages, and more. It also allows you to remove...

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How to Fix Custom Fields Not Showing in WordPress

Are you unable to find the custom fields option on your WordPress site? Custom field is an advance WordPress feature that helps you add custom content to your WordPress posts and pages by following various WordPress tutorials. In this article, we will show you how to easily fix custom fields not showing issue in WordPress. Fixing Custom Fields Not Showing Issue in WordPress Custom fields are typically associated with WordPress post, pages, or custom post types. Often you will find custom fields mentioned in various WordPress tutorials around the web, but you will likely not see the custom fields option on your site specially if you recently started your WordPress blog. In the past, custom fields were visible by default on the post edit screen of all WordPress sites. However since it is an advance feature, the WordPress core development...

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How to Let Contributors Edit Their WordPress Posts After Being Approved

Recently one of our readers asked if it was possible to allow contributors to edit their approved posts? WordPress user roles allow you to set different permissions for each user on your site. By default, a WordPress user with a contributor role can’t modify their published posts. In this article, we will show you how to let contributors edit their posts after being approved. Let Contributors Edit Their Posts After Being Approved Contributors or guest authors with contributor user role write posts and send them to review in WordPress. A user with the administrator or editor user role can review and publish it. Once published, the contributors are unable to edit their own posts. This is a generalized hierarchy in WordPress that distribute user role and status. However, you can add or remove capabilities to user roles in WordPress. Let’s...

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How to Add Custom Post Status for Blog Posts in WordPress

Do you want to add a custom post status for your blog posts in WordPress? Post status is an editorial tool that allows you to organize your articles based on their respective stages during the editorial workflow. In this article, we will show you how to easily add custom post status to blog posts in WordPress. What is Post Status in WordPress and Why Do You Need it? Post status is an editorial tool that tells WordPress the stage of a blog post during editing. For example, posts that are incomplete are saved with the post status labeled ‘Draft’. When you publish an article, the status changes to ‘Published’. Post status helps WordPress choose how to handle and display blog posts on your website. For example, it will automatically exclude posts labeled draft from your homepage and other publicly viewable...

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