By default, WordPress publicly display its version number in RSS and Atom feeds. Here is a code snippet that allows you to remove those version number from all your blog feeds.
WordPress built-in RSS feeds are definitely cool. But if you’re using WordPress to create a simple website, you may do not need the feeds at all. So what about disabling them? Here’s a simple and clean way to do it.
WordPress have a built-in widget that allows you to display any RSS feed on your blog. Although this widget is great, sometimes you may wish it refresh more often. Here is a simple solution to modify the widget refresh rate.
Do you ever wanted to be able to display any rss feed on your WordPress blog? If yes, here’s a simple code that will do the job without using the deprecated wp_rss() function.
Many bloggers are using Feedburner “chicklet” to display their subscribers count. If you want to be able to display the count for an average 7 days, here is a piece of code you’re going to love.
Introduced in WordPress 2.9, get_the_post_thumbnail() allow you to display a thumbnail in your posts. But what about displaying post thumbnails in RSS feeds? Just read this recipe to know how to do.
Do you know that WordPress have a built-in RSS reader? Some time ago, I published a recipe to let you know how to use it. Today, I’m glad to show you an updated version of this very popular hack.
RSS feeds are very useful, and indeed, very popular. WordPress creates RSS feeds by default, which is good in 99% of times. But how to create your own, custom RSS Feed? Just read this post to find out!
When you’re adding a multimedia file as such as a mp3 or flv file, WordPress automatically create a custom field named enclosure and add the media url to your rss feed. Great for podcasters, but unusefull for most bloggers. Let’s see how to get rid of it.
Twitter is obviously a very useful tools for bloggers. Did you ever wanted to know how many times your posts are sent to Twitter by your readers? If yes, just read on and learn how to know it, and display it on your blog, in full text mode.