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.
Do you want to learn how to truncate post titles with PHP? Truncating, or shortening, lets you control the length of your blog post titles across your website. Depending on your WordPress theme, you may want to display shorter titles than what your theme supports.… Read More »
Do you want to add Twitter share and retweet buttons to your WordPress site? Adding social buttons to your posts and pages is a great way to encourage readers to share and retweet your content. This can get you more followers, engagement, and visitors. In… Read More »
Most hyped up WordPress 3.0 has been officially released. WordPress 3.0 is one of the thirteenth major release of WordPress open-source platform. Along with some of the most impressive features, this release also fixed 1217 bugs. Some of our favorite features include: Twenty Ten Theme, Advanced Menus, Custom Post Types, and ability to upgrade multiple plugins from the plugins page.
Majority of the top themes have the quick edit button included, but there are still theme designers that fail to include this simple feature in a theme. In this article, we will show you how you can add a quick edit button in your WordPress posts and comments.
We have previously written about a code that lets you display twitter followers count which was contributed by Rarst. In this article, we will be sharing a more advanced and more elegant code which lets you display twitter followers count in WordPress. Once again this script was also contributed by Rarst.
So you want to create a WordPress plugin but don’t know where to start? WordPress plugins allow you to add custom features to your website. There are thousands of them available for free, and you can even create your own custom WordPress plugins. In this… Read More »
Since version 2.9, WordPress has introduced the ability to use custom post types. Now with version 3.0, things are taken a bit further with the option of creating panels for your custom post types. In this tutorial, we will show you how to implement Custom Post types in your site into your WordPress site.
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).