There are many ways to display recent posts on WordPress without using unnecessary recent posts plugins that are notorious for slowing down WordPress websites. In this article we will discuss how to display related posts on a list per category and tag using simple PHP that can be implemented into theme files such as single.php, category.php, and others.
Every WordPress website should have a favicon and luckily adding a Favicon to any WordPress website is incredibly easy. There’s no need to install extra plugins that slow your site down, there’s no need to “look in your header” file for a link rel attribute because that will make the favicon theme dependent, leaving it vulnerable to upgrades.
In some cases the “website” option in WordPress comments is not necessarily practical. Especially if you prefer for no one to leave third party URLs which can potentially harm your WordPress website. Luckily there’s a simple PHP snippet that will remove the website URL field from WordPress comments.
Remove AIM, Yahoo IM, and Jabber/Google Talk and add Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn. Remove old social networks and add the relevant Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and LinkedIn networks to WordPress user profile contact info.
When deleting comments, pages, or posts WordPress automatically places them in the “trash” folder. Luckily for WordPress users who want their comments, pages, and posts to be permanently deleted without having to go the extra mile each time there is a very simple PHP code snippet/
During the process of monetizing a WordPress blog or website many webmasters (owners, admins, whomever) take a tactical approach in order to leverage earnings by strategically placing Google AdSense advertisements which are only visible to organic search engine traffic (opposed to all visitors).
Create Google AdSense shortcodes in WordPress to easily integrate your AdSense advertisements onto your WordPress blog or website anywhere shortcodes are accepted.
Replacing characters with entities will make spam links not “clickable” on any WordPress blog or website.
A WordPress user login form is a great way to provide fast access to your WordPress blog or website for administrators to subscribers.