Do you want to display a list of all authors on your WordPress blog? An author list will show at a glance who is writing for your blog and allow your visitors to more easily find content written by their favorite authors. In this article,… Read More »
Do you want to restrict access to your WordPress admin area for security reasons? If you have a small team, then one good solution is to restrict access to only those IP addresses used by team members. In this article, we’ll show you how to… Read More »
Most themes ignore this feature which might be a single most important feature that you should have in your themes. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can setup auto discovery for your WordPress RSS Feeds.
We can see the number of comments made in our dashboard, but our advertisers cannot see that. If you have a page for advertisers, you want to add this number to give them one more reason to buy advertisement on your site. Specially when you are selling ads towards the comment area.
Subcategories are great because it helps us sort content, but sometimes it looks ugly in the template. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can either hide the subcategories, or you can style them with one single code snippet.
After spending some time with WordPress on your local server, you finally decide to move it to a live website. However, it seems like you don’t know what your next step should be. This tutorial will take you through the steps necessary to move your local WordPress installation to your live website.
In this article we will show you how to display raw codes in your WordPress blog posts, so your users can not only see it, but copy and paste it if necessary.