Learn how to easily (and automatically) send comment approval notification emails to your commenters in WordPress.
Category: WordPress Tips
Quick tips and lessons for using WordPress
Learn how to list your most popular posts on your site including your most popular posts this month, all time, and most commented on.
Need to display an image in your sidebar? Learn two simple ways you can display images in your sidebar with widgets.
Need to share a PDF on your site? Learn the two quick steps for uploading and linking to PDFs in posts in pages with WordPress.
Learn how to link to a specific part of any WordPress post or page. It only takes a few minutes and doesn’t require any new plugins.
Did you know that Skype has its own link format? Learn how to add special Skype links to your site visitors can click to call, chat, or add you in Skype.
Are you using a basic contact form to handle all visitor requests? What if you could: ask an advertiser to input their budget notify guest bloggers you’re not…
Admit it, you’re doing one of these things now: Using an email address instead of a proper contact form on your Contact page Selling goods on…
How to quickly find the version of WordPress you’re using. You’re about 60 seconds from knowing right now.
Here’s a cool trick for highlighting text in any WordPress post or page. You don’t need any new plugins, and it only takes a minute.
Need to delete a WordPress theme? Learn how to remove any theme in just a minute in this short tutorial.
Did you know that WordPress has its own gallery tool? Learn how to use it to create, edit, and publish galleries in this detailed tutorial.
Learn how to display any page you want on your homepage in the next few minutes (without installing any new plugins).
Are your posts still published by “admin”? Take control over your site, and learn how to customize your display name in this quick tutorial.
Are you displaying your posts on your homepage, so there’s no “Home” page to link to? Follow this quick tutorial to learn how to add a custom homepage link.
Three easy steps for finding great WordPress plugins quickly and reliably. You’ll want to bookmark this page for next time you need a good plugin.