With the new Post Formats in WordPress 3.1, it is easier than ever to create a Tumblr-Like experience in WordPress. In short it means, that the WordPress Post formats now allow you to easily style and organize your posts, images, links, quotes etc. in a… Read More »
Update: WordPress changed the name of the project to Reinhardt. Matt Mullenweg has announced the release of the long-waited WordPress 3.1 on the official WordPress blog. In September, we wrote an article about What’s Coming in WordPress 3.1 (Features) to give you an sneak peak… Read More »
Do you want to increase the maximum file upload size in WordPress? Sometimes a low file upload size limit can stop you from uploading files with the media uploader or installing larger WordPress plugins and themes. In this article, we’ll show you how to easily… Read More »
Have you ever find yourself entering the same text in all of your posts? Often people do that such as asking people to subscribe to their feeds, retweet the post, share it on facebook etc. You can always use a simple tag to add it right after the content, or you can add that text as the default content in your WordPress post editor.
Do you want to only display the child category in your WordPress post loop? Most WordPress themes will automatically show all categories for a post including parent and child categories. What if you only wanted to display the child category? In this article, we’ll show… Read More »
Do you want to display only the parent category for your WordPress posts? By default, most WordPress themes will list all categories associated with a post. However, some users may only want to display the parent category instead, and exclude child categories. In this article,… Read More »