With WordPress, it doesn’t take much time to figure out how to add any non-traditional feature, as there are many WordPress resources available online. But there are times, when you come across a feature in a blog, and you just start thinking to yourself: How they did that? Is it a plugin or hack? For most of us it’s pretty normal, we all have done the same thing.CONTINUE READING »
WordPress has many ways to hack and tweak to get your desired result, some are simple functions within the loop, whilst some can be hacks right into the core.
I use WordPress frequently in personal and client projects so have built up a list of hacks I use in day-to-day WordPress development.
And today I’m going to share a few of my favorite and most used tricks.CONTINUE READING »
How about displaying the avatar for current logged in user?
By Default it comes with a get_avatar function. Adding this snippet to your wordpress template will display the currently logged in users avatar in your theme.
To adjust the side of the avatar change the number 64 within the get_avatar function default is 96 and max size is 512.CONTINUE READING »
WordPress is the platform of choice for most bloggers, and WordPress hacks is one of the most popular topics.
In this article, I’m going to share some of the useful WordPress Hacks to incorporate adsense into your theme.CONTINUE READING »
Have you ever thought of adding comment Policy? Providing guidelines for how visitors should take part in the discussion?
In this post I’m going to show you, how to add a comment policy in thesis theme.CONTINUE READING »
IE6 is somehow still some users browser of choice, or are restricted by work computers that still run IE6.
This snippet will force IE6 users to view the default template leaving your design viewable by users with modern browsers only, thus saving time on IE6 bug fixing.CONTINUE READING »