Sometimes it can be useful to quickly be able to check if a post has a gallery. Here is a handy function to do it.
When developing a WordPress theme or plugin, it can be really useful to be able to know if a specific plugin is activated. Here is a simple way to check wheher a plugin is activated or not.
If SSL is enabled on your webserver, you should definitely use it to protect your blog. Activating SSL on your specific pages on a WordPress blog is definitely easy: Just read on.
Would you like to crop your thumbnails instead of scaling them? If yes, I have a very handy snippet for you today. Just read on and enjoy!
Google trends is a service which allow you to track the popularity of specific keywords. Here’s the code to create a WordPress shortcode that will embed a Google trends graph of any comma separated query on your blog.
I like me, you’re blogging in a language which is not your mother tongue, you might like to have the dashboard in your language. Here is a quick tip to use different languages on your WordPress blog or website.
WordPress shortcodes are very useful and easy to use. But unfortunately, you can only shortcodes in post/page editor, not theme files. But there’s a little trick to do it easily. Just read on!
Are you using Twitter a lot? Today’s recipe is a cool piece of code to automatically link Twitter usernames on your posts, pages, and comments.
When a reader finished reading one of your blog posts, why not suggesting him other article he might like as well? Here’s a quick tip to automatically display related posts (based on category) below the current post.
Sometimes you may want to have an entire category of your blog with nofollow links, for exemple if you’re linking to a lot of external resources. Here is a quick and easy recipe to do so. Enjoy!