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!
Spam is definitely a problem for bloggers and most of you probably receive more than 100 spam comments per hour. Here is a simple recipe to automatically mark as spam all comments with an url longer than 50 characters.
Today, I’m glad to introduce a new giveaway on WPRecipes, sponsored by our partners Mighty Deals. At the same time, I’m going to introduce SpyBar, an amazing tool for bloggers and website owners.
By default, WordPress uploader do not support the SVG format. As this file format is becoming quite popular theses days, here is a simple recipe to add SVG upload to your WordPress install.
When developing a plugin or theme, it can be useful to be able to programmatically create a directory within the wp-content/uploads folder. Here is a handy piece of code to do it.
WordPress offers users the option to add biographical info for each author. This bio can be displayed on your theme using the the_author_meta( ‘description’ ) function. But what if you’d like to display only a bio excerpt? Here’s a function to do it.
On WordPress dashboard, there’s an option to divide comments lists in sub pages. Unfortunately, there’s no built-in conditional tag to know if you’re currently on a comment page. So let’s built one!
Lots of scrapers are framing, defaming, and/or stealing your precious content. Here is a super useful snippet to force your blog to break out of frames so your pages will be served only from the original domain, not some Google adsense site created by a random scraper.