When WordPress 2.8 came out, we all discover the wonders of taxonomies, and how we could add extra information to our posts and custom post types really easily. However, it turns out taxonomies have existed for a long time and are not just available for posts, but for all object types. I for one had […]
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WPvibe proposes a quick way to exclude categories from your RSS feed, and thus display them only on your site, and not for your RSS subscribers. Careful though, if you use Feedburner, this modification will apply only to your WordPress feed (http://mywordpresssite.com/feed/) How to Exclude Categories from your RSS Feed.
Westi proposes a simple way to show the new 3.1 admin bar to all users, and thus have a log in button and a search bar on all pages. Have a look! Always show admin bar « follow the white rabbit.
We have all grown so used to CMS, blogging softwares and the like, we may have forgotten all the magic that happens behind the curtains, on the server side. Here is a little reminder with a great description and decomposition of how a page request is translated to a MySQL query. Courtesy of ozh, of […]
A few weeks ago, I introduced the WooTumblog plugin developed by Woothemes and their iPhone application, Express App. Since this plugin only works with compatible themes, you may have turned down that possibility altogether. However, the Wooteam has made it really easy to adapt your theme to use the plugin. A few lines of code […]
As usual, Jutin Tadlock produces great tutorials to explain us how to use WordPress functions properly. Today, it is about how to register and use your sidebars: there is a simple way to register and include different sidebars into your theme, much better than what you can find in numerous WordPress themes today. Head over […]
When users take the time and effort to add a comment to one of your posts, wouldn’t you like to thank them about it? Here aretwo different methods to thank your users after they commented.
In a comment on my older post explaining how to integrate Facebook Like button into your WordPress theme, Mike was asking how to add the button into pages, instead of posts like I had explained. In that post I will propose a solution to solve that issue.
With the upcoming release of WordPress 3.1, a new feature will be added to WordPress, for admins to be able to edit and interact with their site directly from the front-end. This admin bar will be placed at the top of the website, and will provide quick links to the admin menus directly from the […]
Earlier on this blog, we have seen how to add a twitter dialog box on your blog. This was achieved using the @anywhere library from Twitter. In this article, Nicolas Gallagher shows us how to integrate a Twitter tweet button, with the very same features that the official button has, plus some more! If you […]