WordPress’ support for posts is phenomenal. However, when it comes to managing pages, this is very limited. This is possibly because pages are relatively static and are more to add on permanent sections to your site like Contact forms or download areas like we do here at Techtites.
If you’re thinking of getting into WordPress plugin development, I suggest reading this article on webdesigner depot. It gives you a basic idea on creating the directory structure and adding in your first snippets of code. When you’re ready to take it to the next stage, you might want to consider Mario’s DX Plugin Base.
I’ve been using Contact Form 7 on all my WordPress blogs for a long time. Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup. The form supports Ajax-powered submitting, CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering and so on.
Bookings Bookings is a powerful reservations scheduler. Booking Calendar Booking Calendar – its plugin for online reservation and availability checking service for your site. Auto ThickBox Plus Overlays linked image, inline, iFrame and AJAX content on the page in simple & fast effects.
Any self employed individual appreciates new ways in which he/she can increase his/her income. The same applies to website owners. If you are a site owner, then there is a cool new way for you to give your income a boost.
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We’re back with another dose on how to make your WordPress installation even better. I bet that you’ve, at some point at least, noticed that your default WordPress theme has links only to the Previous or Next post page. While this is fine and makes for a simple browsing experience, there are times, especially if you’re an extremely large site like Smashing Magazine or PSDTUTS, where it makes more sense to have a proper pagination, instead of just simple links.
WordPress doesn’t count page views by default. So, if you’re trying to find out which of your posts are popular, you’re kind of stuck with relying on third party analytics software through which you have to drill through extensively. Top 10 will count the number of page views on your single posts and store them in the database.
You may have figured that we here at Techtites have a thing for WordPress. And who can blame us, right? As a blogger there are many times I’ve thought about putting up a gallery of videos.
If you’re looking to secure your WordPress wp-admin folder, then adding an additional layer of password protection goes a long way in helping this. You can either manually code the .htaccess file or get hold of the AskApache Password Protect Plugin to automate the process.
I have just updated my Open Picture Window Plugin for WordPress. The only update is the much requested Quick Tags button. The plugin still doesn’t have a button for the WYSIWYG editor.