If you have set a post to be sticky and wanted to change its display position, here’s a simple hack to change sticky post order position in the Home page.
There are times when you need to find out the last login time of your users for security purpose. Here is how you can capture user last login time in WordPress.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have your blog automatically scanned & alerts sent when security vulnerabilities are found? Plugin Security Scanner does just that.
It is easy to add custom post type to your WordPress site, but getting them to show up the correct way is not. Here is how you can add custom post type to RSS feed as well as your home page together with other posts.
WordPress doesn’t come with many options to customize the admin interface. Here are some useful ways for you to easily customize the admin interface.
The usual way to login to WordPress is with a username and password. This tutorial shows you how you can allow email login in WordPress.
If you have noticed, the title attribute was removed in the image tag in WordPress. It was said that it is useless, redundant, and not necessary to SEO, but some of us would still prefer it to be there as some news aggregator sites, like Google News, still use it for indexing. It is pretty […]
In WordPress, you can easily create a pretty URL by going to the Settings -> Permalinks section and update the permalink structure. However, if you are creating your own themes or plugins, there are times when you need to create a custom permalink structure. For example: you want to implement a permalink: http://your-site.com/movies/1 which translates […]
The HTML editor in WordPress 3.3 uses monospace font, which is not really friendly to the eyes. Here’s how to change the font to, say, verdana.
If you upload images via the WordPress image uploader and insert it into your post, it will include the image width and height attribute in the html <img> tag. Here’s what it will look like. <img src="path/to/your/image" width="123" height="456" class="aligncenter size-full" alt="" title=""/> In most cases, this is absolutely alright. However, if you are using […]