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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.
Learn how to display any set of posts you want in a page on your site. You’re going to love how much control you have, and how easy this is.
Learn how to include an author bio and image after every post, so you can build your personal brand and share credit with guest authors.
Need to keep a post or page private? Learn how to add password protection in just a minute without any plugins
Learn how to pick the exact number of posts you want shown on each page of your blog. It only takes a minute!
Are you missing an update notification? Find out how you can force WordPress to check for theme and plugin updates right now.
Need to use a shortcode? Follow this quick tutorial to learn how to use shortcodes on your site.
Learn how to add a blogroll to your sidebar with the Text widget. No new plugins needed!
Learn how to bulk add posts to a category, remove posts from a category, transfer posts across categories, and re-categorize posts by tags.
In the past, whenever I looked at the source code for a page on my site, I’d see all sorts of stuff in the head…
It’s time to blog and you don’t have an idea or outlined prepared.
That is the worst feeling in the world for a blogger. When I need new blog post topics, I’ve found brainstorming sessions where I try to create a bulk of ideas at once works best for me.
Regardless of how you do it, here are 11 tactics to generate new ideas for blog posts.
WordPress introduced a new function in 3.0 called
comment_form(). With it you can easily filter different parts of the default comment form to output whatever you’d like including added placeholders.
In case you didn’t know, HTML5 placeholders are those sweet labels inside the input field that disappear when you start typing: