Automatic Post Tagger is a free WordPress plug-in that automatically tags your WordPress posts with pre-defined tags. It can make posting convenient for those who blog frequently and hate the tagging part. This plugin will add relevant tags automatically when a post is published or updated.
Do you want to embed audio files in your WordPress blog that your visitors could listen? Using HTML5, which is supported by most modern browsers, you can just add the location of the audio file using the AUDIO tag. Compatible Web browsers will automatically insert an audio player with necessary Play-Pause controls.
Each WordPress website uses a theme to create the user interface or the front-end look. Generally, themes do not have a built-in feature to allow use of custom HTML page. You can use a custom HTML template/webpage in WordPress by adding the same as a template.
How many times have you been through the boring task of deleting hundreds of spam comments in your unapproved/pending comments list? You can use WPCommentCleaner plugin to quickly delete unapproved comments, spams or approved comments in one click.
If you have multiple WordPress websites, you might want to show titles and excerpts of latest posts of one site on another. You can also use the RSS (Real Simple Syndication) feeds of other websites and show them on your own WordPress site. Use the code snippet blow to show RSS feed of any website in your WordPress blog.
WordPress has an RSS feed that your visitors can subscribe to get latest updates about new posts. By default, the WordPress RSS feed does not include featured thumbnails that might be part of your theme. Do you want to show thumbnails in RSS feeds? By adding this function to your theme’s functions.php file, you can display a featured image in the RSS feed if the post has one.
Want to show a list of most recently updated posts and pages in WordPress? You can add a list of recently updated posts/pages by adding a code snippet to your WordPress theme in any template file where you want it to appear.
Do you want to show all your WordPress posts in a dropdown menu? It can come handy to allow your visitors browse through the website quickly. Below is the code for creating a dropdown menu with all the posts in it. You can add the code to any template file such as sidebar.php in your WordPress theme.
WordPress is often used to create websites which do not need feeds (RSS feeds, atom feeds, etc). Sometimes we just want to mimic a HTML website. You can disable the feeds functionality of WordPress.
How often do you update your posts just after publishing it on WordPress? For me, almost every post is updated at least once almost immediately after publishing the post or page on my WordPress blogs and websites. I happen to find some error or the other a few minutes later. By the time the post is updated, it has already been sent to RSS subscribers as well as social media platforms such as Twitter. You can delay publishing of content in various FEEDS.