WordPress Tips & Tricks
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I’m super happy to announce the release of our first Christmas WordPress plugin, Santa’s Christmas Countdown Widget.Read More 2
You can give your comments section a more personalized look by setting a custom gravatar for your WordPress blog.Read More 1
Every WordPress site has the WordPress logo on it’s wp-login.php page that is linked to wordpress.org. You can change this to match your site without a plugin. It’s easy, I’ll show you how.Read More 0
Since today’s browsers automatically determine a favicon for each website, not having one can actually cause 404 errors in your server log.Read More 1
WordPress shortcodes are a set of functions created inside functions.php, for creating macro codes for use in post content. As the name implies, a shortcode is a simple way to display complicated codes using instead, a shortened code.Read More 2
Excerpts are the mini-descriptions of the posts shown on the main pages of most WordPress blogs, their category pages, and archive pages. You can place a filter in your functions.php file to overwrite the default.Read More 0
If you’re using WordPress it’s really simple to have the copyright notice in the footer of your site to update each year automatically.Read More 0