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How to Put Blog Posts in Their Own Subdirectory

May 30th, 2010 in WordPress
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Cool WordPress-as-a-CMS tip: If your WordPress-powered site includes a blog as a component, rather than the main function, you can opt to put blog posts and archives (category/tag/date/author) into their own subdirectory (such as “blog”). As of this writing, I have this set up on my site; just go to one of my post pages [...]

How to Create Spaced Lists in WordPress Posts

May 30th, 2010 in WordPress
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Say you have a list like this: Item A Item B Item C …And you want it to look like this: Item A Item B Item C When you have lists that contain a lot of text, spacing out the items can improve readability. As far as I know, this isn’t possible in the visual [...]

How to Find and Fix 404 Errors

May 24th, 2010 in WordPress
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If you’ve changed post slugs, taxonomy slugs, or permalink structures, you likely created 404 pages (page-not-found URLs) along the way. These 404 pages certainly aren’t helpful for visitors who stumble across them and can increase your bounce rate. It can be a particular problem if search engines, pingbacks, and/or internal and external links are sending [...]

How to Optimize Your WordPress Database Tables

May 24th, 2010 in WordPress
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As time goes on, all the database operations performed on your WordPress tables (which are what store your blog posts and other data) will create what’s called “overhead.” To keep your database running smoothly, you can get rid of this overhead by “optimizing” your tables (similar to defragmenting your hard drive). Here are two ways [...]

Quick Tip: Making a Fancy WordPress Register Form from Scratch

May 20th, 2010 in WordPress
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In this tutorial, I will guide you through the process of making a beautiful “Register” form, using Fancybox, jQuery, and, of course, WordPress. As you’ll find, the process is really quite simple. Step 1. The Markup First, let’s place our button at the top of the page, replacing the default description in the theme. <div [...]