The changelog can be something of a secret weapon to gauging the competence of a theme developer.
Looking to add a list of pages or posts or categories or anything into a page? Create a custom menu first and then use this shortcode to put it anywhere on your site.
“Hey, I found this fantastic theme! Can you customize it?” Of course I can. But it’s analogous to going to the house contractor and saying, “Hey, I saw this gorgeous house. Can you build it?
You’re 25% done with the lessons on learning how to play guitar. Wow, can your website do that kind of learning management? Sensei can.
If your administrative login is still the default “admin” you’re basically giving a headstart to the hackers. Now all they need to do is guess your password.
I have tried to stay away from Custom Post Types (not a post or a page, but another type of “post” in WordPress) in case I change themes or plugins and they’re no longer compatible or friendly or just don’t work the way I want them to.
Until Jetpack came out with their Publicize module, getting your posts connected to your social media took a few plugins, a bit of hacking, and or a chunk of patience. With Jetpack’s new Publicize, it’s a snap.
Super fast managed WordPress hosting. Give them a look-see and take them for a test drive. If your business is important, your hosting should be in good hands.
The WOO Framework sits under (is the foundation for) all of WOO’s themes, including Canvas. Why do you care? Well, you don’t. But you also do … you just didn’t know it.
WordPress 3.5 just came out. Yippee! Oh, if I upgrade, will it break things?
Here’s a VERY quick run through of the basics of WordPress. In case you’re rusty.
Did you know WordPress’s own Site Stats (through Jetpack) has years of stats right there in the dashboard? Either did I.
Whaddyaknow, there’s a plugin called “List Pages Shortcode.” Who knew? Obviously not me. Works like a charm.
GD Press Tools Pro is a powerful plugin that can protect, back up, and optimize your site–all from within one plugin.
The limit login attempts plugin blocks IP addresses after they’ve tried to get into your WordPress install. You can change the settings to keep them out for a long time.