WordPress Excerpt is an optional summary of your posts. In this tutorial, I will show you how to automatically control the Manually typed excerpt AND the Automatically generated excerpt at the same time, by using a simple function and without the need of a plugin.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to use Gravatar as Favicon in WordPress. I will show you two different methods to use your Gravatar as Favicon in your WordPress Blog.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to refine and filter Search Results in your WordPress Blog´s front-end. Specifically, I will show you how to Exclude Posts, Pages, specific Categories, Custom Post Types and more from your WordPress Search Option.
In general, every WordPress Blog has a Search box that you can use to search based on your keywords. Sometimes you don´t want to display every post and page in your blog´s search results. You want to filter the Search to exclude certain results.
Do you want to display your latest tweets on your WordPress Website? If you are using Twitter, you may want to display your latest tweets on your blog.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to display your latest tweets from your Twitter feed without a plugin, as shown in the image below. Of course, you need to have a Twitter account first.
In this tutorial, I will show you two separate codes on how to Redirect all your WordPress Commenters to a Thank You page, and also how to only Redirect your First Time Commenters to a Thank You Page without the need of a plugin.
This tutorial is for you, if you are asking one of these 2 questions:
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WordPress Excerpt is a summary of your posts. In this tutorial, I will show you how to generate variable Length Excerpt that completes the sentence. Meaning that the Excerpt is not cut off mid-sentence. Also, I will show you how to preserve All, Some or None of theHTML formatting in the Excerpt, among several other features listed below.
WordPress Excerpts are generated from the post content by a WordPress filter using the function wp_trim_excerpt(). This function located in wp-includes/formatting.php of your core WordPress code.
This tutorial is specific to WordPress, but if you use other blogging platforms, you may be able to adapt some of the instructions. This tutorial, is intended for single-author WordPress blogs. References will be given for multiple-author blogs and for Guest bloggers.
Several months ago, Google started including authors profile in Search Results by highlighting authors inSERPs. This means that you see the author´s picture and information displaying next to a search result.
On February 27, 2012, I decided to add Google´s Authorship for my WordPress Blog, so that my information will be displayed along with search results like this:
In this tutorial, I will show you the step by step process on how I did this for WordPress, and discuss my frustration with the process. I thought that this is a straight forward simple process, until I discovered how wrong I was. I would rather be writing code now, than doing this. But I hope that this tutorial helps others along the way.