Simply paste the following code anywhere in your theme files, where you want the tweets to be displayed.
11 Quick Tips to Securing Your WordPress Site
Posted on January 22, 2012 Posted Under Wordress Security
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WordPress is the most used open-source platform nowadays for any type of websites: whether it is blog, CMS or any other custom solution. WordPress is naturally based on PHP (among other languages), so, as a PHP developer I always make sure to cover/apply some tips for WordPress to make secure and speedup the site which […]
Securing your WordPress blog is the most important thing that you must do after you have set it up on your server. There shouldn’t be any reason for you to leave your WordPress wide open for hackers to creep in and steal your information and/or destroy your data. Here are 11 ways that you can […]
WordPress has always been a very flexible piece of software, generally the majority of people use WordPress as a blogging platform and that’s what it was meant to be, however with some tweaking involve you can convert WordPress to power up any type of site, in fact some are using WordPress as a CMS (Content […]
Have you seen other bloggers who display their other blog’s feed on their site. You want to do it too for extra promotion and traffic. Well here is the tutorial for you. Simply paste the following code in anywhere in your theme:
In one of my recent freelance works, I had to play a lot with categories. I was looking for an easy way to get a category slug using an ID, and I found this great function that I’d like to share with you today. First, put the following function in your functions.php file: Once done, […]
To achieve this trick, simply edit your page.php Or single.php file and paste the following code where you’d like your parent page title to be displayed: That’s all. Also, this code should be some inspiration for creating breadcrumbs. See you tomorrow! If you enjoyed this article, please consider sharing it!
<div> Most WordPress users are using custom fields to display thumbs on their blog homepage. It is a good idea, but do you know that with a simple php function, you can grab the first image from the post, and display it. Just read on. First, paste this function on your <em>functions.php</em> file. Once done, […]
Here is the code to show all post form category. more detail about customization please refer Reference link http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags/query_posts
StatPress is first real-time plugin dedicated to the management of statistics about blog visits. It collects information about visitors, spiders, sear The first real-time plugin dedicated to the management of statistics about blog visits. It collects information about visitors, spiders, search keywords, feeds, browsers etc.
The answer to this is a simple WordPress if else statement. The code below is what you need: You can force user to Login to see content of wordpress page content by login or And you can redirect to specific page after Login by wrting following code Reference Links: WordPress Function_Reference for is_user_logged_in Require login […]
You have to do this through the WordPress database directly. The most convenient way to manage the database is via the phpMyAdmin tool at your web hosting account. Incoming search terms:3AYB (1)towardhm4 (1)UKX2 (1)
Vibrant and complex design is certainly not everyone’s cup of tea. Some of us may prefer it clean, simple and straight forward. In another word – minimalist. You are probably wondering, clean and simple, how hard can it be? But the truth is – cleans and simple does not make them any easier to design. […]
Blogs that are on Blogger, WordPress or TypePad can now add the wonderful outbrain star ratings widget to their blog posts. This ratings widget has been under a closed beta for some time but they finally made a public release today.
Web Slices are perhaps one of the coolest features in Windows Internet Explorer 8. Some people might find them similar to the Live Bookmarks feature of Firefox but in reality, IE 8 Web Slices can do much more than track simple RSS feeds.
Have you ever came across a WordPress blog, saw something you liked, and questions like ‘how they did that‘, ‘is that a plugin or hack?‘, ‘where can I get those cool mods‘ begin to pop? Well, it’s really pretty normal because most of us did the same thing. For this article we’ve spent time with […]