A man who wishes to make profession of goodness in everything must necessarily come to grief among so many who are not good.
Therefore it’s necessary to learn how not to be good, and use this knowledge and not use it, according to the necessity of the case.
Content in a site is the main dish, and creating content in WordPress is simple. WordPress uses TinyMCE as content editor, we can also spice up our content with shortcodes to create complex content layout.
Last month I launch WP-Editor.com. A simpler way to create buttons, boxes, even column in WordPress Visual Editor. It’s still very limited in term of functionality, but it’s amazing to know that we can do this in WordPress default content editor.
Building Restaurant Site in WordPress
But what if we can do this?
I was working on a restaurant site and i need a simple way to create restaurant menus (food menus, not navigation menus) so the restaurant owner can create easily create food item, re-order food item, delete food item, upload photo of food item, add price, etc.
In WordPress we can separate post/pages using
<!--nextpage-->. It’s hard to remember the tag, and you need to add it using “Text” editor, not visual editor. This is how you can add “Next Page” or “Page Break” button in Visual Editor, Just like this:
It’s very simple, you can add this code in your theme/child theme functions.php or add it in a functionality plugin.
With WP Editor add-on You can easily create Information Boxes, Colorful Buttons, and Columns.
You just need to trust me.
I will lead you through the best path in the world!
It is said that in order to achieve success in one field, ten thousand hours are required. The ten-thousand-hour rule. For Mozart and the Beatles and Steve Jobs and Kim Yuna, it wasn’t an innate genius or good luck that created their success, but the effort and pain of more than ten thousand hours of work. It could be that work, relationships, and love are like that. In order to achieve that accomplishment, you can’t wait for an innate something to show up or a stroke of luck—you have to work hard and try and suffer till the very end. It ain’t over ’til it’s over.