In part 1 of this series, we learned about how to get posts by custom fields in WordPress with the
WP_Query function. However, if we need to deal with databases, it’s better to find another faster, easier, and more convenient way. That method is joining
wp_postmeta tables together, and then querying by SQL. In part 2 of the series “How to get posts by custom fields in WordPress”, we’ll use this way to add the advanced searching feature that allows users to search by keywords in posts / pages titles and custom fields content.
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Hosting is a popular topic when it comes to WordPress sites. Many users often find it difficult to choose the right hosting solution for their website and sometimes it could become a tedious task. The reason is simple, you have a lot of options available out there and you can’t test them all.
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In part 1 of the series “Create an OTA Website Like Booking.com with Meta Box plugin”, we completed creating a page to introduce hotel rooms and creating custom fields to fill in the booking data. But an OTA website needs more than that: a filter hotel system to help users search for hotels that fit their requirements easily and quickly. So, this next part is about how to create filters on the Hotel archive page. Let’s find out!
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Nowadays, having an OTA (Online Travel Agent) website is very popular with companies and agencies, especially ones that supply the hotel booking service. Some of the most popular websites in this field are agoda.com and booking.com with professional hotel booking systems. If you want to build an OTA website just like them, follow our series “Create an OTA Website Like booking.com and agoda.com”.
In this first article of the series, we’ll create a single page for each hotel and create custom fields to enter the hotel information, and then display them on the website.
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When users visit a website, loading speed may be one of the most important things that they care about. It directly affects the users experience and their decision to stay or leave the website. Therefore, webmasters always try to speed up their sites. There are many methods to do it, and using cache plugins is one of them.
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After the 3rd part of the series about how to build a hotel booking website using Meta Box, we had a basic system to create and book reservations for a small and medium hotel. However, I think that you still need a tool to collect all the booking details for easy management and scheduling.
That’s why in this 4th part, I will show you how to display all booking orders on one page so that you can view the booking schedule intuitively as well as easily check each information.
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Normally, when you want to add a map to show your location, for example, way to your company, there are 2 popular methods: embedding Google Maps code directly to your website or use a plugin as guided in this article. However, if you have a listing page site, the kind of page that listing all the restaurants in a city, and you need to display maps for individual restaurants, both methods above are impossible.
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I’m back to bring you the next part of this series. In this part, we are adding a booking form to the Room’s page which shows all the room’s information. This form allows your customers to submit a booking from frontend easily.
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It is important to take the security of our websites seriously because none of us wants to end up losing crucial site data or a scenario where the website dies forever.
Many factors can cause the security of your website to get compromised such as a hacker attack, data breach, Cross-site Scripting, SQL Injection, DDoS attacks, Backdoor Trojans, Ransomware, or anything as simple yet threatening as Internet fraud. The truth is that as a webmaster, any individual or team cannot afford the loss of value and integrity caused due to any such events to their website.
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