While WordPress plugins are really useful, you don’t need plugins always to add certain features to your themes. Here are a few code snippets you can add to your theme files to display recent posts, random posts and recent comments. Recent Posts The following code will enclose the latest 10 posts in an unordered list.
Renaming a file is as simple as hitting F2 on your keyboard. Well it is all good unless you have ten or twenty or more files to rename. Short for Peter’s Flexible RenAmiNg Kit, PFrank is a bulk file/folder renaming program that lets you can easily organize your music, picture, video, or any other types of files.
Using too many plugins in Firefox will make an already resource hungry Firefox to get hungrier. I make sure that I keep the add-ons down to a minimum. However, there are a few plugins I just need to have installed in my browser!
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.