One of our users asked us a question on twitter (@wpbeginner), how to create a custom post types archive page. We covered it in our initial article about Custom Post Types, but it wasn’t explained thoroughly. So in this article, we will show you a step by step guide on creating a custom post types archive page in WordPress.
This past week, we had a tremendous opportunity to giveway one of the hottest new WordPress plugins in the market, Impact Page Builder. Here are the winners.
One of the most popular news aggregating social media sites, Digg recently went through a major overhaul. We were able to obtain a publisher’s account for WPBeginner.
WordPress is a great platform and that is only because it has a great community behind it. There are thousands of plugins in the repository that are available for FREE. Thank you awesome plugin developers who gave us that gift. Now it is our turn to give back.
WPBeginner is proud to announce the giveaway of this new, but truly awesome product known as Impact Page Builder Plugin. Much thanks to Seth Atwood (@sethmerrick) for working closely with us and making this giveaway possible.
Last week, we were able to work out a deal with one of the biggest Content Delivery Networks (CDN) known as MaxCDN to accelerate WPBeginner’s load time. Earlier this week, we made a few changes to WPBeginner in terms of site optimization.
While working on our client’s site, the design’s width would not allow us to keep the long titles to be displayed on the homepage. After searching the web for options, we came across several plugins that would truncate WordPress titles, but they would do it sitewide whereas we only wanted it on the homepage. In this article, we will share with you how you can truncate WordPress Post Titles with PHP.
Do you want to add Twitter share and retweet buttons to your WordPress site? Adding social sharing buttons to your WordPress posts and pages is a great way to encourage readers to share your content with their followers. In this article, we will show you… Read More »
To prevent duplicate content, improve site load time, and for better SEO many bloggers have started to use post excerpts. Excerpts are mini-descriptions of the posts shown on the main blog page, category pages, and archive pages. You can see a live example by visiting any of our categories. But if you notice, our read more button is added on a separate line from the excerpt text. In this article, we will show you how to automatically add a read more link in WordPress Excerpts.