Comments are a very important part of a blog: This is where your readers gives you feedback about your posts. Many bloggers loves to receive feedback on their articles, but it's not always that easy, especially on a newly created weblog. On Cats WhoCode, I got 690 comments for 36 articles, so here's some simple tips I had implemented on my blog for getting more comments.
Ever wished to sell your ebooks, premium themes or your band's mp3 directly on your Wordpress blog? Here's eShop, a Wordpress plugin especially designed to turn your blog into an online store.
Even if most blogs have a very simple navigation, Worpress allows you to create very advanced menus. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a "Magazine Style" horizontal drop-down menu, for your categories or even your pages.
Webmasters and bloggers often have a huge fear of being hacked, and the more a website is popular, the more it is exposed to various hacking attempts. Here are 5 tips and plugins that will allow you to secure your Wordpress install, because prevention is always better than cure!
Unfortunely, Wordpress doesn't have a default function to display a breadcrumb. We'll see how to create this navigation technique, and display it on our posts, pages and categories archives.
Wordpress, like many other blog engines, uses the rel="nofollow" attribute in comments for the so-called fight against spam. If this was a good idea, it is totally ineffective, and in addition, a link with this attribute will not receive any credit by Google when they rank websites. It is therefore clearly in the interest of bloggers to get rid of rel="nofollow" attribute.