We all know how difficult it can be to add plugins and themes to your WordPress blog, and we’re not talking about a simple blog post.
We’re talking about the creation of custom themes and plugins.
The process of building a theme or plugin is a time-consuming process, and you need to ensure that the theme or plug-in is compatible with your WordPress installation, so it works on all platforms.
Here’s how to do it. 1.
Download and install WHMC Plugin and Theme Manager 2.
Create a theme and plugin that matches your WordPress theme 3.
Install the plugin on your WordPress site.
You can use this as a guide if you want to make a change or tweak your WordPress configuration.
Check if you need a custom plugin and theme that you don’t already have in place.
The easiest way to do this is to add the plugin or theme to your theme cache.
In the WordPress Theme Cache, click Add Custom and enter the theme name and the version number.
Then click Add to add a new theme or add a custom theme to a theme cache in the theme cache view.
Select the new theme and click Next.
In WHMC, select the theme and plugins you want and click Edit.
Then select the new WHMC plugin and click Install.
In your theme and plug-ins preferences, you’ll need to set the version of WHMCP as the latest version that will run on your site.
Click Install and you’ll see the WHMC version number in the drop-down menu.
Click OK to complete the install.
Now, you should be able to add new plugins and theme in your WordPress settings.