Do you ever wanted to have multiple headers on your WordPress blog? If yes, here’s a clear and concise tutorial that will help you to get themost out of your blog headers!
On the WordPress codex, bb5999 asked how he can remove ads for logged in users. Here’s a very easy way to hide ads to registered users.
Do you regret that WordPress haven’t a feature to publish a post during only 2 days, or one week? Here is a very nice code that you can use in your WordPress theme, to enable the possibility of creating post expiration based on date and time.
Rarst, a reader who blogs at www.rarst.net, asked me “How to get something like list of X posts with most comments in last Y days?”
After some research, I’m happy to provide a code to answer Rarst question.
Your blog have probably a lot of posts that your readers haven’t read yet. Why not creating a page and display a random post on it? Here’s an easy way to do it.
WordPress have a lot of very nice function which allows you to quickly add menu page in the admin dashboard. But sadly, no function was created to add an admin page near the “Setting/Plugins/Users”. Here’s a nice code to easily add an admin page there.
Do you ever wanted to be able to display any rss feed on your WordPress blog? If yes, here’s a simple code that will get that thing done. Do you know that WordPress have a function, called wp_rss(), which is nothing else than a built-in rss reader?
Some days ago, I shown you a great hack about getting the total number of posts published on your WordPress blog. Today, let’s do the same with comments.
Even if this is quite rare, it happen sometimes that someone leave a comment on a post instead of another one. In that case, it is possible to move the comment by using phpmyadmin and sql.
When a post have lots and lots of comment, it can be hard for your readers to stay on the conversation. Most WordPress users don’t know it, but our favorite blogging engine have a built-in function for providing rss feed for the comments of a specific post.