In WordPress, author profile are by default accessible using the url yoursite.com/author/name. But what if you want to use the term “profile” instead of “author” in the url? Here is a handy recipe to do so.
Did you ever want to display how many blogroll links you have in total? If yes, just read this recipe. It’s pretty easy to do using the $wpdb object and some SQL.
When sharing urls on Twitter or other social bookmarking tools, you need short urls. The most common solution is to use an url shortener services. Even if this is a good idea, you can get short urls using only WordPress. How? Just read on.
Some time ago, I shown you how to automatically get tinyurls for your WordPress blog posts. Today, let’s use tr.im, another (and better) url shortening service.
Sometimes, you may want to publish a post which only consist of an url pointing to some external resource. As there’s no built-in function to do that in WordPress, let’s create our own!
Ever wanted to be able to finally remove the useless /category/ from your WordPress categories permalinks? If yes, read on and get ready to hack your .htaccess file!