How to change link color in WordPress [GUIDE]

Written by Tom Herudek
 — October 3rd, 2022 — General

There are 2 main ways of changing the link colors. The first and the most practical is writing a custom CSS. The main advantage is that it works anywhere. With all your themes and all plugins installed.

The less practical way is finding the proper place in your WordPress theme or plugin setting. And they may not support the change of WordPress link color at all.

In this guide, we will go with the CSS method.

WordPress Bug Fixing [GUIDE]

Written by Tom Herudek
 — September 30th, 2022 — Freelancing / General / WordPress

Experiencing bugs in WordPress is quite common for most users. In this guide, we'll outline some steps you can take to identify and fix the bugs on your WordPress site.

Types of bugs in WordPress

There are different types of bugs in WordPress. Some make your site look weird - they tend to be more front-end. Others make it not work at all - they are more of code issues or database errors. We can divide it into these 2 parts:

  • PHP Errors
  • JavaScript Errors

Let me establish the first thing - everyone on Codeable knows their craft. They wouldn't be here if they didn't. The screening process is long and difficult. Only the top 2% of WordPress developers worldwide make it through. Now when that is clear, we should explore some other criteria.

Codeable pricing

Written by Tom Herudek
 — July 6th, 2022 — Codeable

I'll show you, how the Codeable pricing system work. And we can also discover, how freelancers are pricing their projects on Codeable.
There are 2 types of pricing models that Codeable offers: per hour and per project.
The per-hour model is exactly what it sounds like. You're billed for each hour that the freelancer spends working on your project. This is a good option if you are not clear about your project that much. Or if you want someone to make changes or additions over time.
The per-project model is a set price for the entire project or milestone. This is a good option if you have a clear idea of what you want. And don't need anyone to work continuously with you.

You'll spend an hour with your WordPress developer, for $69. It's conducted online, usually through Google Meets, Zoom, or other software.
I really like this tool, as it helps me to communicate with my clients. There are multiple reasons, why you should go for the consultation.