If you have a blog on programming, computing or IT in general, you most probably have to show some code examples in your posts. Unfortunately, WordPress interprets this text as commands and tries to execute them, ruining your design and making the post unreadable. There’s an easy fix to this behaviour.
Social networks are an important connection between the author and the readers. To make it easier for your audience to follow your blog, add one-click follow buttons for Twitter and Google+ on your blog. Here’s how.
If you would like to change the WordPress logo on the login page, here’s a quick solution.
In some WordPress installations, you get the following error while trying to activate or disable plugins: To perform the requested action, WordPress needs to access to your web server. Please enter your FTP credentials to proceed. If you do not remember your credentials, you should contact your web host.
If you you want to have a Donation button on your WordPress navigation bar (primary menu), here’s how.
If you have too much unused space on your WordPress navigation bar (primary menu), you can fill it with Google Searchbar.
If you installed a W3 Total Cache for your WordPress, and get the following error: It appears Page Cache URL rewriting is not working. If using apache, verify that the server configuration allows .htaccess or if using nginx verify all configuration files are included in the configuration.