The changelog can be something of a secret weapon to gauging the competence of a theme developer.
Notes, help, and praise for WP plugins. I’m not a programmer and didn’t write any of these, they’re mostly just a place to put my notes.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Pricing tables without HTML tables? Sign me up. For CSS3, pure CSS, no tables, crazy management powers and beautiful design, I’ve found it.
So your site doesn’t look quite like you wanted on your iPhone. This article explains some of the options to transform your WordPress site into a mobile-friendly site.
BuddyPress can turn your WordPress site into a full-blown socially-connected, discussion, Facebook-like, powerful community site.
Finally, with the help of the Category Icons plugin, I can designate certain posts in a list to have an icon.
I’ve been looking for years for a good backup solution for WordPress. I finally found it: BackupBuddy.