If you're blogging about programming languages, chances are that you often need to display chunks of code in your blog posts. It might seem easy, but unfortunately, sometimes it can become very tricky. In this article, I have compiled my own tips and tricks to easily display code snippets on your WordPress blog.
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It's been a long time that I haven't published a list of fresh and super useful snippets and hacks to enhance your WordPress Theme or install. So today I'm happy to show you this nifty list of coding tips to make your WordPress blog even more powerful.
Whether for yourself or for a client, customizing the WordPress dashboard is often something you want to do. From simple modifications to drastic changes, this article showcases free plugins that can help you taking control over your WordPress dashboard.
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It's good to have a blog, but having people visiting it is even better! While there's no miracle recipe to drive traffic to your blog, there's definitely some tools that can help. This article showcases my top 5 WordPress plugins that are guaranteed to drive extra traffic to your blog.
In WordPress, the dashboard is a very important part, as it is where you - the admin - publish content and control everything about your blog. In this article, I have compiled over 10 WordPress hacks and code snippets to enhance your WordPress dashboard.