In WordPress, adding related posts to a current post is as easy as adding a few lines of php code to your themes single.php file.
In an effort to further customize on of the WordPress websites I developed, 5 Star Campgrounds, I wanted to change the standard “Leave a Reply” in the comments section to “Leave a Review of this Campground”. The site is currently…
I rely on custom post templates on one of my sites. Recently I ran into an issue when I upgraded to WordPress 3.01.Wordpress 3.01 I used the plugin Category Templates to assign my posts a specific custom post template.
WordPress is a fantastic blogging platform to work with. The thousands of themes and plugins make customization of your site very easy. With the release of WordPress 3.0 we were introduced to the new theme Twenty Ten. It is a basic theme with basic customization and flexibility. By default the theme adds “Proudly Powered by WordPress” on the bottom of all your pages and posts. I am all for supporting WordPress and promoting their product but sometimes you want a clean look.
When using the Atahualpa Theme in WordPress you can easily create a static background image. With a static background image, when scrolling down a page, the content scrolls but the background image stays in the same place.
Over the past several weeks WordPress has been attacked on several hosting providers. Recent attacks alters files within WordPress that redirects visitors from your site to a malware site.
Sucuri Security has posted instructions on how to remove the infected code from your WordPress site. The instructions to remove the infected code is as follows:
The Category Templates plugin for Wordpress is a great for adding custom templates to your posts and archives based on the its Category. The user interface is straight forward and easy to use.
If you are using the Custom Post Plugin version .92b and have recently upgraded your Wordpress to v. 2.91 you may notice the plugin is now broken.
The issue is easily resolved by changing the following code in line 126 of the plugin: