Need to change the color of some text? Learn how you can easily change the font color in posts and pages without installing any new plugins.
Quick tips and lessons for using WordPress
Want to make an email address clickable? Here’s the easy way to add email links to posts and pages, plus the HTML you can use for menus and widgets.
Learn how to block ALL outgoing emails from your WordPress site with a free and simple WordPress plugin. No complex settings or configuration required.
Stop using lame automatic excerpts. Learn how to write entirely unique excerpts for your posts with WordPress’ custom excerpts. No plugins or code required.
Are you getting unwanted emails every time someone registers on your site? Learn how to easily and immediately disable these emails.
Need a private site? Here’s how I recently made one of my sites completely private, and a second solution I used to add a “Coming Soon” page.
WordPress lists exactly 20 posts in your admin dashboard Posts menu. Did you know you can actually change this value? And it’s easy too. Here’s…
Linking images in your posts and pages is easily done with WordPress. Learn how to link new and existing images to custom URLs in this short tutorial.
Want to try a theme before you activate it? Discover the two ways of previewing themes on your WordPress site. Neither requires a plugin.
Learn how to make links in your posts, pages, and menus open in new tabs. You’ll also discover a plugin that makes ALL your external links open in new tabs.
Gravatar makes it easy to display your avatar and commenter avatars on your site. Find out how to integrate Gravatar with your WordPress site now.
Redirects take visitors from one page to another automatically. Here’s an example of a redirect I’ve used on this site, and why you should use them too.
Everybody loves reading captions. Learn how to add captions to new and existing images in your posts, as well as Featured Images.
Learn the two easiest ways to add infinite scroll to your WordPress site. The first method might be incredibly simple, but it depends on one thing…
To customize your site or use certain plugins, you’ll need to find CSS selectors on your site. Learn how to find any selector without becoming a CSS expert.
If you run a WordPress site you’re bound to encounter the term “CSS”. In this post, you’ll learn what CSS is and how it affects your site.