This article has some of the most wanted WordPress Tips, Tricks, and Hacks that you will definitely find useful.
Happily, this solution displays your AdSense ads to search engine visitors only, which means more clicks and a higher CTR.
Two simplest but correct ways to wrap Google Adsense code in WordPress posts.
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Everyone knows that WordPress has been a popular and powerful open source blogging platform. Many people have been using WordPress because of its simplicity and user friendly blogging tool and even as a content management system (CMS). wp.jpg (3 KB)
In this tutorial we are going to demonstrate a way to use multiple separators within the_category tag’s $separator string, specifically focusing on a separator and a leading prefix for the following category. In order to list the post category ( or categories as the case may be ) all that is needed is to include […]
Something that comes up on a regular basis is how to display certain content on different pages or if certain conditions are met. One way to accomplish this would be to create separate templates for each page. However, if you have a bunch of pages this can quickly become a pain. The other way to […]
In this tutorial we will be covering a simple method of adding numbers to looped posts. An example usage of this technique is a search results page where the output may span multiple pages. Why not use an Ordered List and the Loop and let it run it course? This is where the problem actually […]
Google rules the web. Yahoo! and MSN aren’t in the same ballpark. But Google isn’t perfect as there are always “exceptions” with Google. improve–Wordpress-Blogs-Rank.png (46 KB)
Using TDO Mini Form, Hacking into WordPress Feed to build WordPress as a community news site for news submission. wordpress-logo.png (255 KB)
One of the most common features on any blog or website is category highlighting showing you which category you’re in or the page is in. WordPress, by default, does not have a function to do this. Thus it’s up to us developers to write our own custom functions to do this, and that’s exactly what’s […]