Default WordPress search results do not have pictures and Continue reading prompt, so it is not obvious for many users they have to click on the post title to see the whole article.
When visitors of your site come to a bogus page address, they are normally shown a 404 error page. The page just says content does not exist and that’s it. Not very useful! Especially if the content does exist, and you only changed the permalink structure. So the users clicking on old links can not …
Since version 3.0, WordPress allows you to have multiple blogs on one site without having to configure separate installations for each blog! To enable this feature, open wp-config.php and add the following line: Now browse to Tools -> Network in your console and configure your new blogs.
If you’re using WordPress on some shared hostings, like the free 000webhost.com account, you may experience problems with uploading media larger than 2mb.
WordPress uses PHP Sendmail for sending out messages by default. So if you’re having troubles with that, check out your hosting plan. 000webhost.com free hosting plan has sendmail enabled. To allow WordPress to send out e-mails, go to your webhost cpanel and create a mailbox called wordpress at the domain of your wordpress installation. I.e., …
If you like your front page in WordPress display your recent posts, but still want a Homepage button in the Primary (navigation) menu, here is how.
A serious blogger edits and rewrites his post vigorously. By default, WordPress saves all this revisions, consuming a lot of space. You can see revisions when opening posts in dashboard. Every revision is like another post in terms of space, and if you have only one post with 70 revisions, that actually means you have …
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.