Posts Tagged ‘post’
Have a killer blog post is essentials for your success blogging. Since it become your marketing weapon not for only a day but everyday to bring visitors on your blog. Of course who doesn’t want it? But the …Read More
WordPress provide private feature to make your post or page only visible to other editors or site admin. Once a post is set to private, regular visitor won’t be able to read the post.
Now, what a about if …
When a contributor in a multi-user site see the post list in the admin page, he could see not only his posts, but also posts from other contributors. Even he couldn’t edit the other posts, this still could …Read More
A drop cap is the first letter of a paragraph that’s of a much bigger size than the rest that follow. The letter formatting is such that the letter “˜drops down’ to cover the few lines following the …Read More
Usually, WordPress theme developer already provide a tooltip for post title. This tooltip appears when visitor hover the mouse over a post title in the home page or archive page or any page with linked post title.
This …Read More
Hooks are very useful in WordPress. They allow you to “hook” custom functions to an existing function, and allow you to modify WordPress’ functionality without editing the core files.
This article shows simple usage of WordPress hook. The hook …Read More
Grouping articles in specific criteria, like category, date or alphabet, could always help visitors to quickly find one or two posts. In my previous tutorial, I’ve shared a code snippet to group posts aphabetically. This time, I’ll share …Read More
To help your site visitors quickly find one or two posts, you can create a list post ordered by date, category, or alphabet. There are tons of tutorials you can find to create this list. But this tutorial …Read More
Often, WordPress users need only their posts that appear in the search results. But, by default, WordPress displays posts and pages when site visitor use search feature. If You want to hide the page from the search result, …Read More
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