In some cases, you are not able to update/upgrade your WordPress and plugins to a newer version without providing your FTP connection information. This is a common issue whereby the WordPress system can’t write to your /wp-content folder directly.
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How to exactly modify or remove genesis footer credit links. If you use Genesis theme framework for your website and have installed any child theme or using just the framework, then you might have noticed that in the footer there is a link back to studiopress website. This link can create some serious SEO problems, […]
I was working on a wordpress blog posts page, i faced a tricky situation. Many blog users dont like fixed trimmed length content and they want to display their own trimmed versions, using <!–more–> . If the post has <!–more–> tag, display it or if no more tag is present, just display the_excerpt() a trimmed […]
The WordPress Excerpt is an optional summary or description of a post; in short, a post summary. After published your post, the excerpt will be display in RSS feeds (if you choose it’s not display your full post), Search results, Tag archives, Category archives, Monthly archives and Author archives. Don’t confused between excerpt and teaser […]
When creating a WordPress powered website for a client you may find that the default WordPress admin navigation menu label of Posts can be confusing when the client is attempting to create news content. A more suitable replacement menu label to use instead of Posts and one which a client should instantly recognise is Articles […]
Most people should be using at least some form of pretty permalinking with their WordPress system. It should almost be set as a default these days given the way SEO is. Most would notice when pretty permalinks is enabled and you have a search page, that the URL doesn’t follow the rules. It seems to […]
WordPress automatically checks for any plugin update and notification are displayed on the plugin page which asks you to view the version change log or update the plugin. “There is a new version of XYZ plugin available”. This message is so familiar to WordPress admin. If you ignore these updates, the notifications can pile up. […]