I have already written about the changes you will see in WordPress 3.5. But there are certain important changes which you should know about especially if you are a developer.
With WordPress 3.5 just around the corner and with 2 RC versions already released, TechnoSailor brings you the 10 Things you need to know about WordPress 3.5. Do Read.
Moving your blog from one webhost to another can be a herculean task especially if your wp-contents folder is big or you have a large number of posts. If you are doing a manual transfer by downloading the files and then re-uploading them then it can take a really long time. Also backing up large… Continue reading Move your WordPress blog using SSH
There are numerous tutorials on the web about showing Custom Post types on Homepage. WordPress by default shows only Posts on the homepage. Custom Post types are not automatically shown on the homepage or the feed. Now while searching for the method you must have seen the following code everywhere: [php] add_filter( ‘pre_get_posts’, ‘my_get_posts’ );… Continue reading Custom Post Types on Homepage – Correct way
Many themes now come up with elegant author information boxes beneath the single posts and multiple other enhancements so that authors get featured all across your blog. But what if you are using that theme on your personal blog or a blog with only 1 author. Listing author information then repeatedly doesn’t look good and… Continue reading Quick Tip: Hide Author Tags automatically on Single author blogs
Yesterday Noted WordPress Developer Scribu posted a FlowChart on Twitter on how to solve issues with a plugin. And it really covers every aspect on how one should proceed to look for the problem.
Do you get irritated by numerous password reset mails triggered by spammers or bots trying to spam your id? If you have, you can disable password reset option completely to safeguard your id a bit more and save you from those irritating mails. Justin Tadlock has written a neat little plugin for this purpose: Prevent… Continue reading WordPress Security Tip: Prevent Password Reset
Recently someone asked this question over at WPQuestions. I thought its nice to write about it as well as this is a nice addition some of you might like to have. Its cumbersome everytime to check each page individually just to check which template they are using. There are two ways of achieving this: Using… Continue reading Add Page Templates Column to Edit Pages Screen