The trick we are sharing in this article will allow you to show guest author’s name by simply entering a custom field in your post.
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In an attempt to make your WordPress search even more user friendly, you can highlight the search terms in the results. We did this for one of our clients, so we thought it would be useful for other users. In this article we will show you how you can highlight search terms in the results in WordPress.
In this tutorial we will share how you can add a simple function on your search page which will display the search term and the number of results.
This article which will show you how to add any type of content in your WordPress RSS Feeds. This hack will put you in control of your WordPress RSS Feeds and you can manipulate it in anyway you want.
In this tutorial we will show you the right way to remove your WordPress version number and keep your blog protected. This tutorial only applies if you are not using the most up to date version of WordPress. If you don’t want to bother following this tutorial than simply upgrade your blog and stay protected.
In this article we will show you how you can create a contributors page which will display a list of authors with avatars or userphoto and any other information that you like. This tutorial is an intermediate level tutorial.
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.
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.
In this article we will show you how you can display an external RSS feed on your blog. This way you can even use WordPress as a news aggregator.
Not too long ago we shared how you can add a live facebook share button in your WordPress site using a third party script. Well Facebook has decided to release the official version of the fshare count button, so why rely on the third party script anymore?