Want to add a link so that your website users can click on that to send you an email? How to Create a Link to an Email Address in WordPress? Adding an email address web link is very easy, quite similar to adding just other links in WordPress. When adding a hyperlink to any web … Continue reading »
RSS, or really simple syndication, were the hip thing some 10 years ago when the social media was still in the embryonic stage. RSS feeds allowed users to subscribe to your blog posts and get the latest articles delivered to their desktops instantly. Now, most people get their content and news dose via social media … Continue reading »
In WordPress Dashboard, the first page has a huge Welcome Panel. The objective of this panel is to help new users of WordPress to easily add posts, modify the design and make other changes. The Welcome panel is basically a meta box added to the Dashboard screen of WordPress. It includes shortcuts to different sections … Continue reading »
Got a WordPress website or blog? If you run your website on WordPress, chances are you use at least a handful of plugins. WordPress is a super awesome content management system, built originally for blogging. WordPress does not come loaded with tonnes of features that will never be used. Rather than some huge bloated system … Continue reading »
If you are a WordPress developer, you know how theme frameworks can take a lot of burden off your shoulders. Whiteboard is one WordPress theme framework that you should know about.
If you write long posts or tutorials with lots of sections dealing with different aspects, you might want to have a Wikipedia-style table of contents for making your readers’ lives easier. So how do you add a Wikipedia-like table of contents in your WordPress articles and pages?
BotBlocker is a WordPress plugin to beat spam without inconveniencing your readers/users. It uses the honeypot spam-prevention technology. It tricks and traps spam bots by giving them a challenge that human users can not see.
There are many good e-commerce plugins that allow you to convert WordPress into a full-fledged online store. What if you just want to sell a few services or products (as digital downloads or service)? Here we list a few plugins that will prove helpful in creating a small WordPress-based business website or online store.
Sell Media is a free plugin that allows you to sell images, videos, audio files and PDFs directly from your WordPress website. You can categorize your media into collections, create private collections and display image metadata.
Do you need to allow users to submit some content based on a fixed template? You might want to allow random visitors to publish articles or images or other content to your WordPress website. How about being able to allow visitors to compose articles and then submit it as draft post for approval?