.htaccess is a file used by Apache server, to over-write general rules for certain folders. Previously, we shared how to speed up your website using .htaccess file. With this post, we see there is more, awesome ways to manage your server rules and limits. Default WordPress .htaccess file # BEGIN WordPress RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / […]
For some plugins you may need CSS styling to be changed, but if you change the plugin files, either you won’t update it, or you will lose your changes. I will show you a simple trick to overcome this problem using seperate stylesheets.
WordPress dashboard is a collection of tools that gives you quick acess to most used areas of your blog. It also acts as a feed reader for latest wordpress news and latest plugins.
Öncelikle site kök klasöründe wp-config.php dosyasını açın. define(‘WPLANG’, ”); satırını define(‘WPLANG’, ‘tr_TR’); olarak değiştirin. Panelde Dashboard> Updates tıkladıktan sonra, Re-install seçeneğine tıklayın. Gerekliyse FTP bilgilerini soracaktır. Güncellemeden sonra WordPress kurulumunuz türkçe hale gelir.
Categories are a great way to organize your posts. If you don’t want to categorize a post and leave category field blank, WordPress uses default category for the post. Here, we will show you a simple trick to remove “Uncategorized” links from your posts.
A regular website, gets about 10-15% not found hits in a month. If you can’t handle those hits in a good way, visitors will leave your site with dissapointment. Of course, a custom, well organised 404 page is the best way to handle them, but you can also redirect them to your home page for […]
WordPress Team released beta version of WordPress 3.6 for theme and plugin developers to test their products. I have installed it to my local server and took a few snapshots for you to see new features along with the new theme twenty thirteen.
If your hosting server is not fast enough, you may want to replace your self-hosted #jquery with google cdn hosted jquery. You may think that you are not using that script anyways, but most of your #plugins do.
WordPress usually use a constant number of posts for all your category pages, index, and also search results pages. For search pages, 10 posts are not usually enough. To change this behaviour, a simple query filter will do the trick.