Posts Tagged ‘links’

How Do You Do That?

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Ever wanted to do something in WordPress but just wasn’t sure how? In my experience this happens quite often, mostly with people new to WordPress. But, even the experts run into trouble sometimes. Today I thought I’d start a series of posts which will aim to explain how to do certain things in WordPress. Hopefully this will cover anything from quick tips and simple little functions, all the way up to more complex custom code and the like. So, stick around and you just might learn something. I think I’ll kick off the series with a couple simple ones… Why isn’t this plugin working with my theme? This is probably one of the most common issues I read about regarding WordPress. Sometimes even more experienced WPers can get this one wrong. Now, I’m not saying this is the solution to all problems between plugins and themes. Its just that this […]

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Best Of WLTC Part 2

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December 28th, 2008
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This is part two in the best of WeblogToolsCollection.com series (view part one here). The following links are posts which were published during 2008. These posts range from special news articles, guides, tutorials, reviews, opinion pieces and more. We look forward to continue bringing you the best WordPress information from across the web and wish you and yours a very safe, happy new year. July: How many Queries are too many? Evolution of WordPress: B2/Cafelog to WordPress 1.0 NEW WordPress Theme Directory WordPress iPhone App Now Available How to get featured in our Daily Releases Features Planned for WordPress 2.7 August: WordPress 2.7 Plugin Uninstall Methods If, Then, Else WP Plugin: “Where did they go from here” Updated What Does the Blurb on Top of Plugins Link Mean? Be Kind, Educate Safest Way to Include Plugin Code in Themes Stop Blaming The WordPress Team Tackle Plugin Compatibility Issues While Using […]

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Best Of WLTC Part 1

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December 27th, 2008
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As most of us know, WordPress development happens at a record pace and trying to keep up with everything is a daunting task. However, the team here at WLTC does a great job filtering all of the WordPress related content on the web to bring the best to you. During the course of a year, this content adds up. Some of it being news posts, how-to guides, reviews, breaking news, etc. So, since it’s near the end of the year, I thought I would take a trip through the WLTC Archive and revisit come classic posts from 2008. This series is broken up into two parts. The first part covers the months of January-June while part two takes care of July-December. When you browse through the links, let us know which one was your favorite or perhaps, which one has been the most helpful to you. January: Install WordPress Locally […]

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Shortcode Generator

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Julien of Webinventif has created a shortcode generator for WordPress. Shortcode is like BBcode in that it provides the ability to use shortcuts to execute a block of code, rather than having to write out the block of code time and time again. Julien has made use of the new API calls within WordPress and with his shortcode generator, makes it easy as 1,2,3 to create your own custom shortcode. Although everything has been written in French, this generator looks promising. If anyone could translate this generator into English, I think there would be many WordPresser’s who would be grateful. Here is a screencast showcasing the generator in action. Shortcode generator from WebInventif.fr on Vimeo

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Configuring WP Permalinks

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January 16th, 2008
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Quite often, we hear of the terms (permalinks or pretty permalinks) which can also be called SEO-friendly URLs. These URLs are not only SEO friendly, but I believe they are human friendly as well. By default, WordPress uses URLs that look like a mishmash of letters and numbers with a few question marks mixed in for good measure. These types of links are frowned upon by search engine spiders and as a human being, they are also hard to read. Fortunately, WordPress provides a way for us to change this linking structure to something understandable. WordPress calls these Permalinks. Permalink settings can be configured a number of different ways. One of the ways to quickly configure permalinks is by choosing one of the Common Options. These common options include: Default – http://www.domain.com/?p=123 Date and name based – http://www.domain.com/2008/01/15/sample-post/ Numeric – http://www.domain.com/archives/123 There is no sense in using the default option […]

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