If you are using WP as a content management system and a blog, you might probably need a easy way to detect and only show particular types of content on blog-related pages.Here is a custom conditional tag to do so.
Security is a very important issue on a website. By default, WordPress is very secure though you can still improve it to a new level. You can add a .htaccess file to secure your uploads directory which only accept specific files extensions.
WordPress built-in RSS feeds are definitely your first choice. But if someone is using WordPress to create a simple website, and do not need the feeds at all. So How to disable them? Here’s a simple way to do it.
When your reader finished reading one of your blog posts, why not suggest him other articles he might like as well? If you have a solid construction of categories on your blog? If so, you might not need a “Related Posts” section at all – you can just display related posts which from the same category below the current post.
WordPress offers users the option to add description info for each author like first name,website and biographical info.By default WordPress will display the full author description when the php tag, < ?php the_author_meta(‘description’); ?>, is used inside your WordPress Theme.
Do you want your WordPress blog more interactive,why not try random redirection?Through random redirection,you can offer readers a chance to hop randomly through your posts and discover some contents that they have missed. In this article, I will show you how to redirect users to a random post in WordPress.
When displaying your latest posts on the homepage, you might want to exclude some categories from displaying on this page. Simply modify the WordPress loop,all Wordperss theme make use of the loop,and the best way to modify it is by using the pre_get_posts hook.