When you’re running a multi-author blog, it can be very useful to allow each author to only see his own posts in the admin post list. Here is a simple code snippet to do it.
Ever needed to be able to access your WordPress data and run a loop OUTSIDE of your WP install? Here’s a code snippet which allow you to run a WordPress loop on any PHP file, even outside of your WordPress install.
After an intensive use of your WordPress blog (creating posts, editing posts, and deleting posts) your database will contain thousands of rows of useless meta data. Here is a simple SQL query to delete orphaned post meta on your database.
By default, WordPress accept a few HTML tags in comments, such as <a>, <strong>, etc… But what if you want to be able to use more HTML tags in WordPress comments? Just read on, I have the solution!
Sharedcount.com is a useful website which allow you to get the total likes, shares, tweets, etc for a specific web page. Here’s a super handy function to display how many times a page has been liked/shared/tweeted on your blog.
Responsive images can be big on wide screens and automatically adapt to smaller screens such as iPad. Making your images responsive is not difficult to do: Here is a simple recipe to achieve it on your blog.
By default, WordPress automatically creates paragraphs on your post content. While this is generally useful, you might want to change this behavior to fit your specific needs. Today’s recipe explains how you can disable automatic paragraphs.
Using the “Categories to Tags” tool, WordPress allows you to easily turn categories into tags. But if you have lots of categories to convert, this will take a while. Here is a simple SQL query that will turn all your categories into tags in a second.
When displaying your latest posts on the homepage, you might want to exclude some categories from displaying on this page. Here is a simple recipe to exclude specific categories from your blog homepage.
By default, when someone click on your author posts URL, he is redirected to your author archive page. It is useful on multi-author blogs, but if there’s only one author on your blog, author archives are pointless. Here is a quick tip to redirect your author archive link to your “About” page.