WordPress Picks for the Week [04/14]
When you are running WordPress 3.0, here is how you can easily allow the feed-links that browsers and feed readers can detect.
Using canonical URLs is the new best way for protecting your site from duplicate content problems. By default, WordPress protects your blog from 404 errors by automatically serving the best URL that is allowed. But, do you want that?
DIW gives you part two of their custom functions.php. Again, use with caution!
WordPress 3.0 will allow you to run multiple blogs from a single install. But, it doesn’t come turned on by default. Turning it on just requires you to add this piece of code to your config.php file.
While WordPress 3.0 will add a high fundoo menu system, if you’re eager to experiment with a few plugins, here is a list of a few of them.
If you’re running a multi-author blog, you can choose to allow the users at two levels, contributor and author. Contributors have more restrictions and one main one is the inability to upload files. Turn these on for that better blog post.
kses is used to filter out bad HTML. This tutorial gives you a lowdown on the same.