The Admin Toolbar was introduced back in WordPress 3.1 (trivia points if you know the code name of WordPress 3.1 without looking it up) and people still love it or hate it. On one hand it allows admins and privileged users to quickly access features such as comments or to easily create new posts, pages […]

The topic of advertising on a website can be a sensitive one. To some, it is intolerable under any circumstance, to others it’s just another part of the internet experience. I like to think I fall somewhere in between these two extremes. I realize that many site owners work very hard to create quality content […]

Excerpts are short, text only previews of posts that WordPress can use in various places as teasers or introductions.  These can be automatically generated or custom tailored when creating a Post.  By default these are limited to 55 words, but there is no easy way to increase or decrease this in WordPress settings.  With a […]

  Though it is considered an aging bit of code by some designers and developers, not to mention the issues Search Engine Optimization folks have with it, the IFRAME still gets a lot of mileage from various users and resources. By default, the WordPress editor strips out the IFRAME and related tags. This can be […]

A steady stream of updates is a great way to keep your site’s audience engaged and to keep your search engine “friends” paying attention to your ever-growing collection of quality site content. But creativity and opportunity aren’t always constant commodities for the aspiring blogger.  One common tactic is to use those productive periods to write […]

A WordPress user on Reddit asked, “I’d like for category links to show the full content of articles instead of just excerpts. google isn’t helping“.  The answer lays in the loop.php file of the theme.  Around line 66 in version 1.0 of the theme there are a series of if/else statements which define how to […]

One of the big selling points of WordPress is the fact that many, if not most, users will never need to learn a single line of code.  But just as is the case with most things, the more you know, the more you can do.  Even a little knowledge can go a long way. One […]

The Admin Toolbar was introduced back in WordPress 3.1 (trivia points if you know the code name of WordPress 3.1 without looking it up) and people still love it or hate it. On one hand it allows admins and privileged users to quickly access features such as comments or to easily create new posts, pages […]

The topic of advertising on a website can be a sensitive one. To some, it is intolerable under any circumstance, to others it’s just another part of the internet experience. I like to think I fall somewhere in between these two extremes. I realize that many site owners work very hard to create quality content […]

Excerpts are short, text only previews of posts that WordPress can use in various places as teasers or introductions.  These can be automatically generated or custom tailored when creating a Post.  By default these are limited to 55 words, but there is no easy way to increase or decrease this in WordPress settings.  With a […]

  Though it is considered an aging bit of code by some designers and developers, not to mention the issues Search Engine Optimization folks have with it, the IFRAME still gets a lot of mileage from various users and resources. By default, the WordPress editor strips out the IFRAME and related tags. This can be […]

A steady stream of updates is a great way to keep your site’s audience engaged and to keep your search engine “friends” paying attention to your ever-growing collection of quality site content. But creativity and opportunity aren’t always constant commodities for the aspiring blogger.  One common tactic is to use those productive periods to write […]

A WordPress user on Reddit asked, “I’d like for category links to show the full content of articles instead of just excerpts. google isn’t helping“.  The answer lays in the loop.php file of the theme.  Around line 66 in version 1.0 of the theme there are a series of if/else statements which define how to […]

One of the big selling points of WordPress is the fact that many, if not most, users will never need to learn a single line of code.  But just as is the case with most things, the more you know, the more you can do.  Even a little knowledge can go a long way. One […]

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