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How to Redirect Users to a Random Post in WordPress

Random Posts in WordPress

One of the new features that we added in our new design is this feature called “Explore” that you see prominent throughout our entire network. When a user clicks on this button, they are taken to a random post on a site. Previously, we did… Read More »

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Nov 11, 2011
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How to Automatically Link Keywords with Affiliate Links in WordPress

How to Automatically Link Keywords with Affiliate Links in WordPress

If you have read WPBeginner’s Disclosure page, then you probably know that we do make some money from this site. We have been invited to speak at numerous blogging related conferences on the topic “How to Monetize your Blog beyond the banner ads”. We don’t… Read More »

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Nov 10, 2011
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How to Change Private and Protected Posts Prefix in WordPress

Prefix

Do you find yourself having a lot of private or protected posts? If you do, then you probably notice that WordPress puts either Private: or Protected: in front of the title. Most users could careless about what goes in front, if they are the only… Read More »

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Oct 31, 2011
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How to Disable Theme and Plugin Editors from WordPress Admin Panel

WordPress Configurations

By default WordPress allows users to edit the theme and plugin codes through the admin panel. While it is a handy feature, it can be very dangerous as well. A simple typo can end up locking you out of your site unless ofcourse you have… Read More »

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Oct 28, 2011
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How to Remove the Password Reset / Change option from WordPress

WordPress Admin Security

By default, WordPress allows every user to change/reset their passwords. This is a great option, but in some cases you do not want to have this option available for all user levels. In this article, we will share our story on why we need this… Read More »

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Oct 28, 2011
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Auto-Redirect when WordPress Search Query Only Returns One Match

Redirection

There are times when searching a WordPress blog, you only get one item in the result. Depending on how organized your site is, this should be the item the user was looking for anyways. One of our users asked if there was a way to… Read More »

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Oct 25, 2011
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How to Use Multiple Search Forms In WordPress

Search Buttons

Recently we showed you how to limit search results for specific post types in WordPress. Now we are going to show you how you can create different/multiple search forms altogether. This way each form can be limited to searching for a specific post type. Although… Read More »

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Oct 20, 2011
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How to Fix Skype Overwriting Phone Numbers in WordPress Themes

Skype Icon

If you have Skype on your computer you may have noticed that sometimes Skype highlights phone numbers automatically when you visit a website. From a WordPress developers point of view this can be very frustrating. Not only can it make your site look bad, but… Read More »

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Oct 18, 2011
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Add a Custom Class in WordPress Menu Item using Conditional Statements

CSS Menu Filter

In most cases when styling WordPress navigation menus, you can simply add CSS classes from the WordPress admin panel. Recently while working on a project, we found ourselves in a troublesome situation. We wanted to add a custom class to a specific menu item only… Read More »

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Oct 12, 2011
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How to Use Javascript Popups to Display Gravity Forms Error Messages

Error

Gravity Forms is potentially the most beginner friendly contact form out there. The best part of Gravity Forms though is its customizability. It allows even advanced users to make changes to its functionality. In a recent article we showed you how you could add placeholder… Read More »

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Oct 7, 2011
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