Don’t like the “shake” effect which occurs each time a login error occurs? Here is a super easy snippet to remove it for good.
This little snippet will change the title attribute text when you hover over the WordPress logo on the login page. Super easy and very useful when working on a site for a client.
By default, WordPress automatically add paragraph tags to the content and the excerpt, using the wpautop() function. If you need to automatically add some <p> tags to any text, you can use the function as shown in today’s example.
WordPress adds a lot of stuff through wp_head() hook included in most WordPress themes. Some of this stuff is useful, but some other isn’t. Here’s a quick recipe to clean up the wp_head() easily without using a plugin.
When a reader finished reading one of your blog posts, why not suggesting him other article he might like as well? Here’s a quick tip to automatically display related posts (based on category) below the current post.
Typekit is a useful service which allow you to use countless different fonts on your website or blog. They do provide a WordPress plugin to easily add their fonts to your WordPress site, but there’s no built-in solution for integrating Typekit fonts directly to your theme. Here’s a recipe to do it.
By default, WordPress automatically creates paragraphs on your post content. While this is generally useful, you might want to change this behavior to fit your specific needs. Today’s recipe explains how you can disable automatic paragraphs.
By default, when someone click on your author posts URL, he is redirected to your author archive page. It is useful on multi-author blogs, but if there’s only one author on your blog, author archives are pointless. Here is a quick tip to redirect your author archive link to your “About” page.
By default, the next_posts_link() and previous_posts_link() are generated with no custom class. If you need one for your CSS styling or anything else, here’s a pretty simple way to add the needed class by using a hook.
Google+ is a new service from Google, which can bring traffic to your blog just like other social networking sites as such as Twitter or Facebook. Today, I’m going to show you a simple piece of code to automatically add a Google+ button to your posts.