2013 has been a very exiting year for the WordPress community and tons of super handy code snippets, hacks and tips were published. I have compiled my favorite hacks and snippets from the year 2013 in this article, a must-bookmark for every WP developer!
Social networks are a very important way to publicize your blog and attract new visitors. So you definitely need to make sure that your website or blog interacts with Facebook, Twitter, Google + and other networks. In this article, I have compiled a list of super useful snippets to interact with popular social networks.
It’s a fact: Internet users don’t like to wait forever for a page to load. If your website is slow, chances are that people will close your page before having a look at it. Here’s a bunch of effective solutions to make your WordPress blog a lot faster.
“Flat” design is the new trend in modern web design. If you want to make your WordPress website or blog look clean, professional and elegant, here’s a list of 10+ beautiful flat themes, both free and premium.
Spam is a nuisance and every blogger have to deal with it. As a WordPress user, I bet you already use Akismet, which is definitely a great way to reduce spam. But several other tricks can definitely help. Here are my favorite WordPress hacks and code snippets to reduce spam on your blog.
If you run a blog, you probably already had to face the problem of content scraping: Some people steal your content to display it on their own blog, usually with lots of Adsense ads. Here are a few useful code snippets to help protect your blog against scrapers.
WordPress built-in search engine is often cited as one of the weak points of the popular blogging platform. In this article, I have compiled several code snippets to make WordPress search engine a lot better.