If your blog allow user registration, what about displaying the total number of registered users? This simple code will allow you to do it easily.
Happy new year! To get started with this new year, what about displaying a list of the 10 most commented posts of 2008 to your readers? That’s obviously a great way to give a second life to your old posts.
A WpRecipes.com regular reader, rebelion, recently asked in the forum how he can access post data outside the loop. After some research, here’s the answer to rebellion question.
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!
If you allow user registration on your blog, listing your latest users along with their url could be a good thing to get more users. There’s no WordPress function to do that, but I got the solution 🙂
One of wprecipes.com readers, Emarts, asked on the forum how he can list posts from a specific author. In this recipe, I’ll show you how we can do that, buy using the $wpdb object and the get_results() method.
One of my readers, fromtheold, asked me how he can display how many post have been published today on his blog, just as the popular blog Lifehacker. Here’s how to do it.
Rarst, a reader who blogs at www.rarst.net, asked me “How to get something like list of X posts with most comments in last Y days?”
After some research, I’m happy to provide a code to answer Rarst question.
Some days ago, I shown you a great hack about getting the total number of posts published on your WordPress blog. Today, let’s do the same with comments.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to display the total number of posts published on your WordPress blog? WordPress don’t have a function to do that by default, but happilly this hack is here to help.