To add an image lightbox to WordPress, add the following PHP code to your theme's functions file. Following that, instead of opening a new tab, all images will be displayed in lightbox.
To add the ❄snow effect to WordPress, add the code from step one to the functions.php file of the WordPress theme, and that's it! Now you will see 🌨snowfall on your site.
The first step to creating a pop-up in WordPress without plugins is to create the pop-up content using Gutenberg blocks. Save it as a reusable block and get its ID. This ID should now be inserted into the code below and this code should now be pasted into the functions.php file.
To add a "coming soon" page in WordPress, first copy the code from step one in the functions.php file. Then change the message of this page to your liking and add a countdown timer and a subscription form to it.
To add a registration form in Wordpress, first enable user registration in WordPress settings, then copy the second step code in the functions.php file. Now you can add your custom registration form using the [register] shortcode.
To add load more button in Wordpress, first copy the code from step one into the functions.php file, then find the CSS selector of the posts list and WordPress pagination and put it in the code from step three and paste it in the functions.php file and update it.
To add tabs in WordPress, first create the tab titles with the buttons block, then create the contents of each tab and group them, and finally, paste the code in the third step in a custom HTML block and publish the page.
To create an advanced table in Wordpress, first copy the data from Excel or a Google Sheet and paste it into the Custom HTML block. Then copy the code in the third step of the functions.php file, and finally add the [redtable] shortcode to the page.
To add a "Back to top" button in Wordpress, just copy the code in step one into the functions.php file. Now, if you want, you can insert a custom icon instead of the default one for the back to top button into the code.