This video is going to show you how to add a menu with the drop-down, clickable links to your admin bar.

Have you ever activated that Hello Dolly plugin that comes with every install of WordPress? I did once a long time ago. And since then I’ve always just deleted it as part of my after-install cleanup process because it’s useless to me. Now I’ve found a better use for that Hello Dolly plugin.

In this video, I’m going to show you the code snippet to use in order to customize the site title that’s located up here in the header section of the 2016 default WordPress theme.

In this video, I’m going to show you the code snippet to use in order to customize the site description that is located here in the 2016 default WordPress themes header area.

In this video, we’re going to add a customizable border below the header area of our WordPress default 2016 theme.

This video is going to show you how to reduce the gap between post on the homepage, and if you wish, put a border between those posts. And this is the gap that I’m referring to right here between these posts.

This video is going to show you how to remove what I consider the wasted space at the top of your 2016 default WordPress theme.

This video is going to demonstrate how to customize the WordPress admin bar that shows up here at the top of your site whenever you’re logged in.

This video will demonstrate the code snippet used to stop the box on the default login page from shaking whenever a wrong username and/or password is used to log in with.

This video is going to show you how to remove the URL underline that shows up in the page and post content area on the 2016 default WordPress theme.