In this tutorial, I will show you how to display the number of comments an author has posted in the post´s comment section without the need of a plugin.
Everytime someone leaves a comment on any post, the Author´s comment total count will show up next to his/her name.
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 a previous tutorial, I showed you How To Customize WordPress Login Screen Without a Plugin. In this tutorial, I will show you a different and better approach to do that.
The problem with my previous tutorial, is thatmost likelyyou will lose your changes the next time you upgrade your WordPress version. I myself don´t like to mess with Core wordPress files.
The better approach is to use a snippet of code to add to your theme´s functions.php file.
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:
By default, WordPress blog automatically send a pingback to itself any time you link to one of your own internal old post. It would be nice if this self-pingback feature can be turned off in the dashboard.
Self-pings, or pings within your own blog, are found useful by some, annoying by others. Those who find them useful feel that self-pingbacks is a good approach to increase inter-linking between posts.
You can stop self-pings if you wish. You can simply manually delete them once you get them in the WordPress dashboard, or you can use one of the 2 methods below to automatically disable self-pings to your own blog.
Do you want to know how many times a post has been viewed on your Blog? In this tutorial, I will show you how to count post views and display it on your WordPress Blog and also in the dashboard without the need of a plugin. Probably you already have seen some Blogs displaying a View Counter for each post and you wonder how it is done.
For this blog, I am displaying the total Views for every single post. The code counts views when you refresh or view the post, it does not discriminate between visitors. The code will start tracking and displaying post views from the time you add it to your WordPress theme.
For a WordPress blog, pagination refers to displaying a limited number of posts per page. Pagination allows users the ability to navigate much easier and deeper into the archives. In this post, I will show that my previous tutorial about adding Pagination without a plugin in WordPress, can also be used on Custom Post Types without any modifications.
I will also show the steps I took to test my previous tutorial´s pagination code and show that it is still valid for custom post types.