If your site offers the possibility for users to register, you might at some point want to be able to display users’ registration date. Here’s a super simple code snippet to create a WordPress shortcode that will display registration date of a specific user.
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.
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.
When blogging, you may need to include an external file, such as text or image, into your own posts. Here is a very useful shortcode to embed and display any external files in your blog posts.
Many people asked me if it is possible to use WordPress shortcodes in theme files. Yes, it is – Follow this simple recipe to get started!
Creating login forms on your WordPress blog used to be a complicated task. Now, thanks to the wp_login_form() function, displaying login forms on your blog has become easier. But what about a shortcode? This is what I’m going to show you on today’s recipe.
Are you often displaying Youtube videos on your blog? If yes, what about displaying a preview thumbnail to your readers? Here is a great shortcode that will display a thumbnail from a Youtube video, using Youtube api.
Did you know that WordPress .com have a service called mShots, which allow you to get snapshots of any website? In today’s recipe, I’m going to show you how to create a shortcode in order to easily display a snapshot of a specific website.
WordPress shortcode are extremely useful, but many people thinks you can’t use them outside of the editor, for example in your theme files. But you can, and it’s pretty easy. Just read this recipe to know how to do.
If you’re using PDF files on your WordPress blog, it could be very cool to give your users the chance to open them using Google Docs. The following recipe will show you how you can do that.