It was brought to our attention that the great people at Shaken and Stirred Themes have released their first free theme. Shaken Grid is a beautiful photo themed blog that displays posts, photos, and other content in Polaroid style boxes. Shaken Grid allows for content to be displayed in a stellar pattern of color and written content, a great choice for photo bloggers, or anyone who likes to integrate media into their posts.
WordPress 3.0.2 is made available today, and it is a mandatory security update for all previous WordPress versions. This maintenance release fixes a moderate security issue where a malicious Author-level user could gain further access to the site.
As a blogger, do you get an urge to quote a tweet from somebody in your blog post? We know we do. Did you know that WordPress allows you to easily embed actual tweets in your posts and pages? In this article, we will show… Read More »
Our friends over at Mojo Themes have announced a powerhouse bundle of WordPress products called Mojo Themes Cyber Bundle. This bundle includes some of the most popular items within their marketplace. These items are a total worth of $579 and you can get it right now for $30.
Those of you who are familiar with American Thanksgiving Tradition, then you have probably heard of a crazy shopping day known as Black Friday. This concept is being adapted by numerous online products as well. We understand that additional WordPress themes, plugins, books, and other… Read More »
In the honor of the crazy holiday sales, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, they are offering 25% off on all themes listed on their site. We have been informed that this will be the LAST sale StudioPress will ever have. After this Tuesday, November 30, 2010, StudioPress will no longer offer any sort of discounts to anyone.
We have written about how you can add facebook like button in WordPress posts. There are hundreds of plugins that lets you add the facebook like button at the bottom of each post. But sadly, there is not a single plugin that lets you display the like button on selective WordPress posts. In this article, we will utilize WordPress Custom fields to display the facebook like button in selective WordPress posts.
This past week, we ran a giveaway of the “Most Beginner Friendly WordPress Theme” called Headway Theme. We would like to thanks Clay Griffiths (@ClayGriffiths) and Grant Griffiths (@GrantGriffiths) for making this contest possible and giving away 10 Single licenses to WPBeginner users.
In our earlier articles, we showed a way for users to remove the visual editor mode from the WordPress post panel. The downside of that trick is that it requires editing each user profile and setting a preference. In this article, we will share with you a way that you can set HTML Editor as the default editor for all users in your WordPress site.
Do you run a blog with multiple authors? Then, you probably have wondered how you can set a minimum word count for your posts in WordPress. In this article, we will share with you a snippet that lets you set a minimum Word count for your WordPress posts. If a user tries to publish a post that is too small, then it will return an error telling them the post is not long enough.