Did you ever see WordPress blogs that have a separate header for different categories? In this tutorial we will share a simple snippet that you can use to add custom header, footer, or even sidebar for each WordPress category.
In WordPress, you can setup a stumbleupon like browsing system where your user can click on a button which will open a random post from your site.
There will be times when you want to use custom CSS in your single posts. In this tutorial we will share one of the ways that you can easily embed custom CSS in your single posts in WordPress with the use of Custom Fields.
Facebook can play a crucial role in your blog’s growth as it is one of the largest social media network on the web. In this article we will be sharing some of the most valuable tips and tutorials that will let you utilize the power of Facebook and WordPress to your advantage.
You may see many websites on the web using a custom homepage for their WordPress. In this tutorial we will show you how you can create a custom homepage by combining the use of custom page template, and WordPress admin panel.
Have you wondered how some people have completely different looking pages on their WordPress site or blog. In this tutorial we will show you how you can create a custom page in WordPress using the custom page template snippet.
Post revisions is a great feature that WordPress has to offer but for some users it might not be the best option. For users who have limited database space, or for users creating WordPress as a CMS where they don’t need autosave, they can simply disable Post Revisions feature in WordPress by following this tutorial. By reducing the database size, you can also speed up your site.
You can encourage your audience to vote for your article or share your article in social media sites by incorporating Social Media Interactivity in WordPress. In this article we will show you how you can add social media icons for each post in WordPress.
You might think that adding a date to WordPress is hard and will require multiple steps, but it is a short and simple method. In this article, we will share a snippet that will allow you to display today’s date in WordPress or any other PHP based website.