If you have configured your WordPress blog to display permalinks, WordPress will automatically generate a post slug using the title of your post. However, this post slug tends to be very long if you have a long title. Good SEO dictates that you keep your post slug as short as possible and you can do this by removing some stop words.
An shopping cart plugin is very useful when it comes to set up a unique business online. Today there are more powerful and well designed e-commerce plugins for WordPress. Today every big or small business has an online presence.
The benefit of using WordPress to power your blog is that you don’t need to edit any PHP files and use thousands of ready themes available for free. If you’re like me, you’d prefer to keep away from major editing of the theme files and prefer to use the right assortment of plugins to get the job done. If you’re looking to add text before post content in WordPress, you can either edit your theme files or check out Add to All, a plugin I released a while back.
Thank you for everyone who participated in the ThemeFuse WordPress theme giveaway. Below are the three winners of the same. Aakarshan Theme: NEWSSETTER devnullius Theme: Envision Gio Theme: Envison ThemeFuse will be contacting you shortly with the details on how to receive your theme.
Two days back I took the decision to move from All in One SEO to Yoast’s WordPress SEO plugin. WordPress SEO automatically adds several new columns to the posts admin screen. Coupled with the columns that Jetpack adds, along with those added by my Top 10 and Where did you go from here plugins, I ended up with the post title column being one character long!
Back in January, Jeffro announced that WPTavern may no longer be regularly updated. However, over the past few weeks, I’ve been following the new posts at the blog by the new owner. And, yesterday WPTavern opened its doors to writers worldwide to contribute to making the website a highly successful WordPress community.
Recently the folks at Secunia contacted me regarding a vulnerability in my plugin Contextual Related Posts. Contextual Related Posts is a powerful plugin for WordPress that allows you to display a list of related posts on your website and in your feed. The plugin comes with a tonne of options and inbuilt caching that can possibly increase user retention.
If you’ve been running a multi-author blog like us, over a period of time, you’ll see your list of tags growing exponentially. When I reviewed the number of tags on Techtites today, I noticed that this was well over 1,100 tags! So, I went into the Tags interface and immediately realised that I’m going to spend an hour just deleting and cleaning up tags.
Everybody has heard of Contact Form 7 (we use it here on Techtites) as well as many of you might have got your hands on Gravity Forms. Besides these, there are several other lesser known contact form plugins that make it easy to collect information from your visitors. I’ve highlighted five of these below.
Today in the world of competition, it’s very difficult to beat someone without using resources like money, man power and skills. The field of blogging is also just like practical world where everyone want to be on top of the list and want to earn more than others. The methodology of competition goes on and with the passage of time you’ll see an increase in competitors and ratio of increasing competition is higher than decreasing.
I remember when I first started working with websites more than a decade ago, if you wanted a cool looking button in your form, you had to use images. Images still remain an option but with CSS this has is being gradually phased out. CSS3 completely eliminates the need for images for creating basic good looking designs.
Firstly, let me wish all the readers of Techtites a Happy New Year! 2012 has been a great year for the blog. I’ve made a conscious effort to find the time to make a few regular posts.