A friend of mine recently came upon an issue on her WordPress website. Suddenly she couldn’t visit any of the pages on her website that use the default template for her WordPress theme. Whenever she visited specific webpages on her site the internet browser which she used would fail to retrieve the page. Google Chrome would show a message that says “This webpage has a redirect loop” when attempting to access the webpages.
Sending your entire post to your RSS subscribers is a bad idea. That is, if you enjoy website traffic and understand search engine optimization. If you do not like website visitors, publishing your entire post to your RSS subscribers via email is en excellent way to go.
How to change the color of text in Jetpack’s Infinite Scroll footer. By default the Infinite Scroll footer displays text such as the WordPress website’s credits, theme, and title in black. This can be changed in the WordPress Jetpack plugin editor’s css file for the Infinite Scroll option but is much easier and more so suggested to do so using simple custom CSS.
Give your WordPress website visitors the option to scroll back to the top of the page via Infinite Scroll footer link. As stated in a previous article about removing the credits from the Infinite Scroll footer, as of November 10th, we use the new Jetpack 2.0 Infinite Scroll feature and give our website visitors the option to scroll to the top of the page via a simple text link with an arrow (↑) . Here’s how to DIY.
Remove “Proudly powered by WordPress” and your theme name credits in the Infinite Scroll Jetpack Plugin feature. Locate the jetpack/modules/infinite-scroll/infinity.php file and remove footer credits.
Infinite scroll takes away the “next page” or “older posts” links in category and tag page feeds allowing website visitors to infinitely scroll and load new posts via scrolling down the page.
Easily display forum topics on WordPress using PHP. BBPress is a great forum plugin for WordPress and adding recent BBPress forum topics to any php file is very simple.
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.
To change the font size on WordPress, simply use HTML tags with the style attribute, utilizing the font-size element.