Here’s a quick tip for adding content to your WordPress posts that only your RSS feed subscribers will see. Perhaps you want to reward your subscribers by linking to a free gift in your feed, or maybe you have a video or some other embed in your post that may not show correctly in some […]
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WordPress does not add custom post types to author archive pages by default. In fact, it doesn’t add pages as well. It only displays posts from the author in question. By manipulating the pre_get_posts action we can add any custom post type we want to the author archive pages. Adding Post Types Using pre_get_posts First […]
During a recent redesign for a client, I needed to alter the default WordPress tag cloud widget to exclude a certain number of tags as well as include a custom taxonomy. There are plenty of ways of adding a custom widget, or hacking WordPress core files to achieve what I needed but that isn’t very […]
Click +1 to publicly give something your stamp of approval. Your +1’s can help friends, contacts, and others on the web find the best stuff when they search. Google — Google +1 Button Google recently announced the +1 button (check out the video in the sidebar to the right) and already folks are scrambling to […]
A standard WordPress install has 5 fields under Contact Info: E-mail, Website, AIM, Yahoo IM and Jabber/Google Talk. It’s about damn time to remove the last 3, or at the very least add Facebook and Twitter since they seem to be the most-used method of contact for the vast majority of people on the web. […]
I just spent the better half of my morning going through all of my websites to clean out malware entries. Luckily this particular hack wasn’t nearly as destructive as it could have been had I not discovered it sooner. This one is known as MROBH (eval(base64_decode…) and this post will outline what I learned, how […]