This is because Storefront uses WooCommerce functions to print the breadcrumbs, before the content. But there’s another way to have that, with the plugin Yoast SEO.
I worked on a site for a friend some time ago and she is a streamer on Twitch. What I wanted to add is a widget in the header that shows her Twitch stream status, so when she is live, if someone goes to the site, they can see that, and eventually check her live Twitch stream.
Knowing if someone is live via the API that Twitch provides is very easy. Let’s check how I did that.
Before that, there were plugins to do it, but now that it’s in the core, it’s way easier to add a new bulk action, potentially you only need three functions!
Let’s see an example together about how to add a Move to Drafts bulk action, I know that is already possible if you bulk edit posts, but it involves many clicks, while with a bulk action is only a couple clicks!
WordPress 4.7 introduced a section in the Customizer called Additional CSS. This section should replace the Custom CSS option that many themes include in their Theme Options, or those plugins created for the same purpose.
Sometimes though, especially for developers, this could be a bad feature, because they don’t want their customers to edit CSS as they want.
How to remove the Additional CSS from the Customizer?
Not much time ago I was searching on Google some stuff for WooCommerce, and I found a request from a user asking how to show the product short description on the shop page.
I don’t think it could be useful for all shops, but it could for some.
Here’s how you can do it.