Trash is a new functionality from WordPress 2.9. When an item (post, comment, etc) is deleted, it goes in Trash instead of being permanently removed. Here is a tip to tell your WordPress blog to autmatically empty trash every X days.
Blog posts aren’t all equals: Some are better than the others. In order to make visitors stay longer on your blog, what about giving them a quick access to your most commented posts? Here’s a nice code to do it easily.
On Cats Who Code, I shown you how to integrate a pagination on your theme. That’s a nice trick, but if you styled it with css and have less than 11 posts published, it will only display a blank container. Let’s fix it.
Did you ever published an article, and immediately notice an error? Sure, you can edit it, but there’s another problem: The article has already been published on your rss feed. To avoid that kind of problem, here’s a recipe to create a delay between post publication and availability throught rss feeds.
Some time ago, I shown you how to display the total number of comments on your WordPress blog. With a little modification, this recipe can be used to display the total number of trackbacks. This is what I’m going to show you today.
Why not giving a special style to the posts published less than 24 hours ago, to let your readers know about the fact they’re new? Here’s a simple code to do it.
Sometimes, it can be useful to automatically disable commenting on posts older than X days. There’s no built-in function in WordPress to do that, but if you still like to do it, just read this recipe.
Do you ever wanted to be able to list your WordPress posts on a non-WordPress website? If yes, just read on, I got the solution to do that!
Here’s a nice idea to give a second life to your old posts: This code display automatically the posts you published exactly one year ago.
Here’s a good idea to make your readers visit your blog more often, or suscribe to your rss feed: What about listing the title of your scheduled posts? If you’re interested to do so, just read this recipe.