The .htaccess file is the easiest and the cheapest (actually it’s free!) solution to supercharging your WordPress. We’ll look at some different ways you can use an htaccess file to improve your website.
When you write a post, you will find the way to set a featured image of post, that’s aweasome feature to make your website more attraction. In this short tutorial I am going to display and explain the code for getting the Featured Images to fit your needs.
Child themes let you start with the basics of an existing theme, so you’re not having to reinvent the wheel. You can pick a theme that has the functionality and basic layout you need, but then customize everything about it as you would designing a theme from scratch. In this guide I want to introduce the basic concepts of building a WordPress child theme and why it’s such a good idea.
Since moved to WordPress, I always made my own theme yearly. Like another WordPress Themes Developer, I created my own developing enviroment to custom WordPress design and development. If you want to become a freelance WordPress Themes Developer or just make your own WordPress theme like me, this topic will list the things you need before you start.
Many blogs highlight the author’s comment in the comments section. I’m talking about how to highlight comments posted by the author of the article. You can use many plugins to get this effect (For eg., the Highlight Author Comments Plugin) – but you don’t have to. Most snippets will target and try to find author’s email or user id, but that actually slows your site down. Why not using CSS selector and find author’s comment and change the background color so it is easily pointed out. Pretty smart. After that, it was a simple matter of times to see the result.
With Social Bookmark websites, users can save and categorize a personal collection of bookmarks and share them with others. Your visitors can now bookmark and submit your websites to all their favorite social bookmark services with the ease of a single click.
So how can we encourage more people to share our links? One of the easiest options is to include a set of links at the bottom of your posts which readers can click to automatically vote for your article. In this post, I’ve written the WordPress codes for 45+ of the most popular social bookmarking and networking sites out there.
Installing too many plugins will make the wordpress blog work slowly and unstable, use code built in your theme will reduce the system resources. I’ve known a ton of plugins and widgets that allows me to list recent comments and recent post on my WordPress blog but I’m not using it because I’ve integrated some useful code below then I get results similar to those extensions which I’ve known.
Feedburner, Delicious and Twitter counter buttons are ugly. They don’t match with all the designs, and on most designs they just look ugly. The ability to display the subscriber count gives you a lot of control over styling and make the count work with your design. Therefore in this article we will share a way you can display FeedBurner subscriber, Twitter follwers, Delicious saver count as text in WordPress which allows you can style it and make it look like a part of a design rather than a copy and paste.
One of the greatest disruptions to the conversation that goes on in comments are the trackbacks. They’re great, and I love it when people link to my blog. I always want to separate them because they really detract from the discussions that my readers are having, and they sometimes can make it difficult for a new reader to follow. How about you? This tutorial will show you how to separate Trackbacks/Pings and Comments in WordPress