This snippet that we are sharing in this article is helpful in very custom designs. By default you can use wp_list_categories function to display categories, and it only displays categories if it has posts. Sometimes when you are customizing WordPress, you might need to use it this way.
2009 has been a great year. It was the year this site was formed, it is the very same year that WordPress 2.9 was launched. During the year, many helpful articles were written on this site. In this article we will be highlighting Best of Best WordPress Tutorials of 2009.
In this article, we will show you how to override the default setting by using a Super Loop which will allow you to display any number of posts in that specific WordPress loop. This will allow you to customize the display of your pages including author profiles, sidebars, and more.
List of most notable and mind-blowing features that are expected in WordPress 2.9. Download WordPress 2.9 release candidate now and play your role in the community by downloading the release candidate and testing all features.
This interesting idea was brought to our attention during WordCamp NYC. WP World Map created by Oliver Schlobe allows you to geo tag yourself on a World Map. Using this map, you can get connected with local WordPress users in your area. This is a great tool for both developers and WordPress users.
As you know that WordPress has an option to display gravatars in the comment for your users. Well sometimes users don’t have a gravatar account, but they have a twitter account. In this article we will share a way for you to combine gravatar and twitter avatars to display in your comment area.
This plugin is called WordPress File Monitor. It monitors your WordPress installation for added/deleted/changed files. When a change is detected an email alert can be sent to a specified address.
There are two types of sitemap that you can make. One is a XML sitemap and then there is a HTML Sitemap. In this article we will share the WordPress plugins you need to create a XML Sitemap and to create a HTML sitemap.
By default, WordPress allows certain HTML tags within the comments such as <a> <em> <strong> etc. If you notice a lot of SPAM comments also contain these tags. In this tutorial we will show you how you can disable HTML tags in your WordPress comments.