In WordPress 2.9, there was a new “Trash” feature added to the core. This feature works just like the recycling bin, so instead of deleting the post permanently, you would send it to the trash. This helped those users who accidently click on Delete button,… Read More »
We are getting tons of requests for a detailed tutorial on how to speed up your WordPress blog. In the past presentations, we have stressed a whole lot about CDN, but it still seems that we don’t clarify ourselves enough. Many beginners still don’t understand… Read More »
Recently, we got a request from a user asking how they could use WordPress shortcodes in their WordPress themes. Shortcode is a special tag that you can enter into a post that gets replaced with different content when actually viewing the post on the website.… Read More »
Our friends over at Themify has notified us that they are having a Buy 1 Get 1 Free Special going on for all of their themes. To celebrate this special, they are giving away a free iPad 2. Along with all this, we figured out… Read More »
SlideDeck is great for beginners because it provides a complete WordPress plugin that lets you use the easy drag-drop interface to create sliders. However, it is also great for developers because it has a jQuery version that offers additional freedom to developers to customize it to their needs. In this article, we will show you how you can create a slider in WordPress without editing a single line of code with the SlideDeck WordPress Plugin.
Hey WPBeginner Users, I am very excited to announce the launch of our newest section “WordPress Coupons” as part of the WPBeginner 2.0 release. WordPress accessories can get expensive sometimes, but using our coupons section, you can save hundreds of $$$ on things you need.… Read More »
Ryan Boren over at WordPress News just announced the release of WordPress 3.1.1. This maintenance and security release fixes almost thirty issues in 3.1, including: Some security hardening to media uploads Performance improvements Fixes for IIS6 support Fixes for taxonomy and PATHINFO (/index.php/) permalinks Fixes… Read More »
Due to security reasons, WordPress strips Youtube (or other video platforms) iFrame tags when you switch the editor mode. In this article, we will show you why you should be using iFrames for Videos in WordPress and how you can do it easily.