Sometimes, you read one of your blog post and you see a typo or an error. Sure, you got to correct it. But who said you must open your WordPress dashboard, go to “Manage” and then edit the post? In this recipe, I’m going to show you how to add a button to allow the admin to directly edit the post.
Many bloggers likes to add an Adsense advertisment on their homepage, after the first post. Here’s a very easy way to do it by using a simple php variable as a counter.
Frank, a reader from UK, asked me how he can highlight the current page. When navigating throught pages, WordPress automatically add a class to the current element, so you can use css to style it as you want.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to display the total number of posts published on your WordPress blog? WordPress don’t have a function to do that by default, but happilly this hack is here to help.
On WordPress support forum, Datadial asked how to display the full content of the most recent post, and then only posts excerpts. Let’s see how we can easily achieve this.
Hotlinking is the use of an image from one site into a web page belonging to another site. Many bloggers are hotlinked, and have their bandwidth used on another websites. Here’s a solution to protect your WordPress blog from hotlinking.
If for some reason, you want to display only today’s posts on your blog homepage – or any other page – here’s a simple way to get theses posts and display it on your WordPress blog.
By default, the WordPress loops displays 10 posts per page. But in case you’d like to display more or less posts, here’s how to achieve it.
One of our first readers, Camille, asked “How can I provide full rss feeds to my readers? I use feedburner and it only display the post excerpt while I’d like to display the full posts.” Let’s see how Camille can provide full rss feeds to his readers.
WordPress allows you to make a post private, but what about static pages? Here’s a quick, clear and concise recipe to create a private page template.