In this tutorial, I will show you how to easily redirect your visitors to a temporary maintenance page without the need of a plugin. The custom maintenance page lets your visitors know that your WordPress Website (or blog) is down for maintenance. Logged-in administrators will still have full access to the Website while visitors see a customized maintenance message. Continue Reading »
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In this tutorial, I will show you how to dynamically display an HTML sitemap for your WordPress blog without the need of a plugin. Dynamically means that the sitemap updates automatically with every new post and other blog changes. Yes, there are plugins that add an HTML sitemap to your blog. But I encourage you to read my previous post about unnecessarily adding plugins to your theme. Continue Reading »
Displaying “Related posts” is a popular feature and an excellent way to keep visitors longer on your WordPress blog and help them discover other related content. One way to keep them interested is to display a list of related posts; otherwise, they might just leave.
The picture below shows an example of Related Posts generated for this blog. Continue Reading »
For a WordPress blog, a Tag cloud displays a list of tags. Tags are usually single words, and the importance of each Tag is shown with different font size. The size of each Tag is determined by how many times that particular Tag has been assigned to posts. Tags are links that lead to a list of posts associated with each Tag. Continue Reading »