In this article, we will show you how you can add tweet text with Tinyurl in WordPress posts. We will utilize the tinyurl API to generate short url for your post and display it with the text.
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Recently we featured an article that showed a step by step guide to setup FeedBurner in which we shared the plugins you can use to redirect. In this article, we will show you how you can redirect WordPress RSS Feeds to Feedburner without using a plugin (This tip is for intermediate to advanced users).
Recently working on a client’s site, we discovered a useful trick that will disable automatic formatting in WordPress posts through the use of shortcodes.
Do you want to add a Facebook Like button in WordPress? Facebook is the largest social media platform in the world. Using Facebook Like button, you can allow users to Like and share your content on Facebook. In this article, we will show you how… Read More »
If your blog has some restricted area that you don’t want to publicize to all visitors, just for members only, then you might want to force users to login before reading these posts. Fortunately, WordPress has a built-in function which can help us to do that.
Upon the release of WordPress 2.9, we shared with you an article that shows you how to add fields like twitter and facebook to author profile page. In this article we will show you how you can remove unwanted default author profile fields to make WordPress admin panel more user friendly for your clients.
In WPMU, there was an option that would let you add Buddypress function on all multi-blogs (network blogs) installed under the main installation. Due to the big merge in WordPress 3.0, now you can enable BuddyPress in WordPress using the wp-config.php file as well.
WordPress 3.0 is when the big merge happens. The core of WPMU is incorporated in WordPress which means that you can now run multiple blogs from one installation of WordPress. This new feature is being called Network or Multi-site option. By default this feature is disabled. If you want to use this option in your WordPress, then you would have to enable it.
Mobile technology is going big. Every other user is now viewing your website from their iPhone or other smart phones. It is essential that you create a mobile friendly version of your WordPress site. In this article, we will share some ways you can create a mobile friendly version of your WordPress blog for your users and for yourself.