WordPress Plugins are one of the top reasons we love WordPress. You can easily install plugins using WordPress’ search & install system. But that functionality brings one problem; one can easily fill up their blog with lots of plugins, most of them in inactive state. In this post, I will show you top reasons why […]
Google Analytics Dashboard is a WordPress plugin that adds analytics graphs right on your WordPress dashboard. Apart from a dashboard widget, it also gives you ability to see your post view statistics separately, on your “All posts” screen. Installing & Setting Up Google Analytics Dashboard Go to Plugins > Add New on your dashboard. Search […]
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.
Wordpres adds custom classes to <body> depending on the page you are viewing. This is a great function that can be used for styling your theme. Here i will show you how to add body classes depending on the browser your visitor is using. So you can style your theme layout using those classes.
Wordpress by default shows latest posts first on archive and search pages. Here I will show you how to display search results using post view counts.