WordPress: How to remove comments function and section totally?

Here is a list of functions which helps in removal of the comments function and section. Just add it to your themes function file or make it a plugin.

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Use Transients API Caching and Speed Up Your WordPress Theme.

The Transients API in WordPress is an effective means for saving cached data in the database. It allows us to take resource-intensive queries and store them in short-term caches to…

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Remove api.w.org REST API/JSON API from WordPress header.

WordPress uses the REST API since edition 4.4 of the CMS. It allows developers to interact with the WordPress back-end more quickly, since this API is a standard way to…

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WordPress: How to Fix Missing required field entry-title, Update, hCard Error in Google Structured Data tool.

Recently when I tested one of my WordPress weblogs via Google Structured Data testing tools, I got the Following errors: Error: Missing required field “entry-title”. Error: Missing required field “updated”….

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How to Enable Featured Image in WordPress?

Featured Images or Post Thumbnails is a theme feature. Most themes such as Genesis and others support featured images by default. A great way to determine whether your theme supports…

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How to Add Custom User Profile (User meta) Fields In WordPress

When you are focusing on tasks that need user management and you need to add more details then here user meta functionality is used. This is similar to creating new…

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WP_Query Tutorial: Retrieve Any Post Using With WP_Query

WP_Query is your buddy, it allows you to get content from the database according to your requirements. You can retrieve all posts from only one category that contain certain tags…

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WordPress: Create WP_Query with “post_title LIKE ‘param%’”?

This is most often asked a question by WordPress developers. Here are a few easy steps to resolve this problem. One way to perform this operation is :

Alternate…

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WordPress: WP_Query – An Introduction

By default, WordPress will run a query on each page that site displays, the nature of which will be identified by the kind of web page being viewed. But sometimes…

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