Archive for the ‘WordPress’ Category
WordPress is one of the major CMS platforms today. It is very common and used by most of the website owners today. So the hackers try to get to your WordPress website by using the weak points in the platform, theme or plugins you use on your website. So with these WordPress security tips you can ensure a better safety net for your website. Continue Reading »
The reliability and flexibility of WordPress has made it a popular choice for both Web development and blogs. As a content management system (CMS), WordPress helps businesses, corporations, news outlets and many other organizations keep track of content created by multiple users. A good CMS is always evolving, and WordPress is no exception. The latest release, version 3.6.1, shows a commitment to positive user experience and overall platform security. Continue Reading »
Are you planning to start a new blog or launch a website? Want to know the key differences between Drupal and WordPress? Both are excellent CMS and operate as free open-source format platforms. There are many different CMS and Blogging platforms out there to choose from. Some of the more popular platforms include Joomla, CMS Made Simple, Magento, and PrestaShop. Continue Reading »
When developing a website, you will have a number of choices when it comes to web design. While it might be nice to use a professional designer, few small businesses or individuals have the funds that it would cost to hire a designer. Most of the time, a pro designer is going to cost several thousand dollars minimum. Continue Reading »
WordPress Excerpt is an optional summary of your posts. In this tutorial, I will show you how to automatically control the Manually typed excerpt AND the Automatically generated excerpt at the same time, by using a simple function and without the need of a plugin.
The image below shows the result when using CODE-Y below. Notice that both the Manually typed Excerpt and the Auto-generated excerpt are present. Continue Reading »
In this tutorial, I will show you how to use Gravatar as Favicon in WordPress as shown in the image below. The image shows that I am using my Gravatar image as Favicon.
A favicon (short for Favorite icon) is an image, most commonly 16×16 pixels, associated with a particular Website. The browsers typically display a page´s favicon in the address bar and next to the page´s name in a list of bookmarks and also in the browser tabs. Continue Reading »
In this tutorial, I will show you how to refine and filter Search Results in your WordPress Blog´s front-end. Specifically, I will show you how to Exclude Posts, Pages, specific Categories, Custom Post Types and more from your WordPress Search Option.
In general, every WordPress Blog has a Search box that you can use to search based on your keywords. Continue Reading »