I had an interesting experience working with comments in WordPress. The task is display comments in homepage, like in Pinboard theme by Themify. It looked simple at first and I thought it can be done easily with wp_list_comments() but the truth is not like. In this post, I’m going to show a simple trick that […]
Sometimes we want to get current page title, which is displayed in <title> tag. Here I mean the page in general meaning, not WordPress “page”. We have several WordPress functions that can help such as: get_the_title(): to get current post/page/any post type title single_cat_title(): to get current category title. There’re sibling functions for tags and […]
In one of my WordPress blogs, I used to divide comments into pages. The single post looked shorter than having all comments in one page and hence the page layout looked better. But comment pagination has some disadvantages and I wanted to get rid of that.
I’m proud to announce that the next version 2.1 of my plugin WordPress Hide Admin Menu is released. This version includes 2 big improvements: Auto Update and ability to config only once for whole network in MultiSite mode.
WP Super Cache is one of most popular plugins for caching in WordPress. It has static page caching, database cache, browser cache, gzip, etc. – almost everything you need to make your website faster. It’s just a problem I met when using it in my MultiSite install and I’d love if it can be improved. […]
So, you’ve finally dove in and built yourself a blog. You’ve spent hours researching, picking your platform and designing your site. Now, you just have to start writing… It’s a tough reality, but most blogs fizzle within the first few months of creation. As the excitement of creating something ‘new’ wears off blogs begin to […]
Working with date and time is a very common task in general. In WordPress, you meet them when working with cron, fetching latest tweet, scheduling posts or delaying the RSS. Although PHP provides lots of date/time functions, WordPress has its own ones. In this post, I’m going to share some experience that I’ve had while […]
The infographic provides a summary of the fundamentals of content management systems, the industries in which they are used and the various types of CMSs available. It provides details of the date of initial release, the platform used, the latest version, the number of themes each CMS has, average setup and customization cost, average monthly […]
WordPress is the blogging platform of choice of most bloggers. It is easy to use (setting up an account can be done in a few minutes) and has extensive customization settings (great news if you are a web designer or developer). Ready-made themes are all over the Internet, and a lot of plug-ins are available […]