"Hello world!" is like "Mama" for a new born baby - the first words that every "newly born" software developer uses to open the communication channel with a computer.
After some time working for marketing agencies and dealing with small businesses, I got a much better understanding why most of clients prefer to have their websites run on WordPress.
Hard-coding always was considered as a bad coding practice. It is well-known as anti-pattern and usually is the first indicator of poor code quality. This is one of many reasons why majority of good developers try to avoid it for any cost.
Lean about five simple development rules that will help you to create a high quality WordPress applications.
Advanced Access Manager (aka AAM) is a WordPress plugin that you can download for free from Official WordPress Plugin Repository. The plugin’s name is self-explanatory and it perfectly fits the main purpose.
Manage physical access to all your WordPress media files with easy-to-use Advanced Access Manager.
How to control "Access Denied" behavior with Advanced Access Manager and ConfigPress plugins.
The reference guide to Advanced Access Manager Utilities tab with short explanation for each option.
Learn how to manage access to WordPress posts and categories with Advanced Access Manager plugin and AAM Plus Package extension.
Very simple way to manage access denied behavior with AAM Redirect extension.
Extend core AAM implementation and allow to create complex role hierarchy where all access settings are inherited from parent role unless overwritten.
Create a teaser message for your posts and pages and display it instead of full content.
Learn how to manage access to WordPress backend menu with Advanced Access Manager plugin.
Advanced configuration settings to manipulate AAM core functionality.
Customize login redirect for any user role or user after authentication is completed successfully.