Do you want to customize the RSS feed footer in WordPress? This allows you to add custom text, links, or even advertisements below your post content in the RSS feed. In this article, we will show you how to easily control your RSS feed footer… Read More »
Comments are a great way to keep your users engaged and build a strong community around your content. Tiny hacks like comment redirect help you improve user experience and stand out. In this article, we will show you how to easily redirect user’s attention with… Read More »
Have you ever optimized your WordPress database? Optimizing your database cleans up unwanted data which reduces database size and improves performance. In this article, we will show you how to easily optimize your WordPress database with one-click. Why You Should Optimize Your WordPress Database? If… Read More »
Do you want to display relative dates on your WordPress site? Relative dates are used on many popular social media websites like Twitter and Facebook. Instead of showing the date timestamps, these websites show how long ago something was posted. In this article, we will… Read More »
Often users want to print articles they find interesting. By default, WordPress itself and most WordPress themes would print your page as it is, with all the graphics, colors, and text in sidebars. In this article, we will show you how to add a printer… Read More »
Do you want to display breadcrumb navigation links in your WordPress site? Breadcrumb navigation is a secondary navigation system that tell users where they are on a website relative to the homepage. In this article, we will show you how to display breadcrumb navigation links… Read More »
We were asked this question over the email, how to display the most commented posts in WordPress sidebar. Therefore, in this article we are sharing a plugin called Most Comments which displays a list of most commented posts in your sidebar.
This plugin is called WordPress File Monitor. It monitors your WordPress installation for added/deleted/changed files. When a change is detected an email alert can be sent to a specified address.
In WordPress, you can setup a stumbleupon like browsing system where your user can click on a button which will open a random post from your site.
In this article we will show you how you can display related posts in WordPress with and without a plugin.