Do you remember when I shown you How to get the first link from the post content? Today, I’m going to let you know how you can easily grab first image from the post and display thumbs on your blog homepage.
There is a question:How to stop WordPress from creating default image sizes namely, the thumbnail, or medium, or large image sizes?
Most bloggers like to insert images in posts. After all, There are pictures and the truth, isn’t it? But what if the images are too large to break your blog layout? In this snippet, I’ll show a incredibly easy but super cool css hack to fix this issue.
Do you Ever wished you could be able to upload your images, and didn’t care about manually resizing it? If yes, here is a real good code snippet: A php open-source script that can resize your images “on the fly”.
You can embellish your post with an image which is called Featured Image.In some cases,you need to define a default thumbnail to be used when no custom thumbnail is defined. Here is a cool recipe to define a default post thumbnail.
If you like to crop your uploaded images/thumbnails instead of scaling them,There is a pretty handy snippet for you to to so.Read on and enjoy