In WordPress, it’s often helpful to be able to restrict posts beyond that which WordPress provides: For example, some of the more complicated and advanced tutorials on Scyberia require users to be logged in to view them. This functionality is easy to create using custom fields. In this tutorial, we’ll do a few things: Check if […]
Optimize your website for search bots by turning the default permalink structure into a categorized and titled URL.
Include WordPress posts and content outside its installation directory.
I use this self-made feature while writing my posts – I have four buttons on a third row in my visual editor that add sourcecode tags to selected content: (HTML, JavaSript, PHP, and ActionScript) Where to Place Code All of the following code (except for the bonus step) must be placed in a functions.php file. You have […]
Use Wordpress’s Custom Fields to set and display post difficulties.