WordPress: Hiding default content editor (WYSIWYG) for a specific template

We recently needed to hide the default editor for the home page of a client’s wordpress website. The reason was that we were using the incredibly useful Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin. The following code, placed in the functions.php file did exactly what we needed. Reference: https://gist.github.com/ramseyp/4060095

WordPress: Adding custom breadcrumbs

This may not be the most elegant solution, but has nicely fitted the WordPress website I am currently developing. The brief required that we have a general “Tours” landing page that links to two subcategories (custom post types) – “Mike’s Tours” and “Sally’s Tours”. Using custom post types has allowed us to customise each of … Continued

WordPress: Adding pagination to custom post types

Original source: http://callmenick.com/post/custom-wordpress-loop-with-pagination The following code is excellent for creating pagination for your custom post types. Place the following in your functions.php: The following is placed on your custom template page.