A child theme is a theme that inherits the functionality of the parent theme and allows you to make your own modification in the theme. If you’re customizing a WordPress theme, it’s recommended to create a child theme and do any of your edits in a child theme. So when an updates are available from the parent theme, you would not lose any customizations you have made.
This is a guest post by Alice Norum
Blogging is very search engine friendly, where as your social media efforts are going to have very few (if any) reasons to appear on search engines. The traffic you receive from social media comes primarily from within the site. This has its limitations, and it is a shame when there is so much traffic attending search engines. It only makes sense that you try to pull a bit of traffic from search engines onto your social media profile. You can do this by blogging. You can pull traffic from the search engines onto your blog and funnel the traffic onto your social media profile.
This plugin adds a simple and easy to use Facebook Recommendations Bar functionality with admin options to change the location of Recommendations Bar, language, number of recommendations as well as other useful options.
The Facebook Recommendations Bar will pop up in the bottom right (or left) side of the page and will show a related articles as well as a like button for the current page.
This is a great way to increase the traffic of your site and makes it easier for your readers and fans to promote your articles on Facebook.
The target date for WordPress 3.6 launch is coming up and expected to be released by the end of this month. The new version would bring some new exciting and useful features with more secure functionality.
In this article, I’m going to talk you through some of the new cool features of WordPress 3.6.
What’s New in WordPress 3.6?
Wondering why <span class=”IL_AD” id=”IL_AD3″> is being added to the embedded source code within your posts when wrap by a Syntax Highlighter plugin for WordPress? This happens because of infolinks adds their highlight code to the text inside the syntax highlighter and the code inside gets messed up.
Some of you might want to remove the url field from WordPress comment form. In many cases, the url field from comment form doesn’t have any purpose and spammers often use it for dropping their spammy links.
How to remove Website URL field from comment form?
There is currently a highly-distributed brute force attack at a large number of WordPress sites affecting every web host in the Internet. This global attack is well organized and the hackers have targeted WordPress installations basically by flooding the WordPress wp-login.php with bogus login information. Once hit by this attack, your site will become unresponsive at times and extremely slow at other times, or an inability to log in.
How To Prevent Brute Force Attacks On Your WordPress Site
This is a guest post by Paul Smith
Social media is the Internet based media which was designed to facilitate the conversation. At once you will think about Facebook and Twitter, and you will be right. Moreover, there are some specific social media as YouTube, Delicious and Blekko etc. Your blog, site or forum is also social media, and it has become rather important for businessmen. There is too much talk around the web about SEO strategies and Social Media. During the past few years, Social Media has incredibly popularized SEO, and now people talk about these two things as about one unit. I think you cannot but agree with me, that they go hand-in-hand for mutually beneficial success. Search Engine Optimization is all about the content promotion and web-management, and social media allows to share more business data. However, you should be careful with it, as page rankings can make you as well as reduce you. Originally, social media was used just to promote a brand and distribute it further among the customers. Now, it can be successfully used to improve SEO services. Due to these facts, it is obviously, that social media links and interaction play a great role in the promotion of a website’s search rankings.
This tutorial is going to guide you on how to remove HTML tags and attributes that appears below the comments box in WordPress. The part on those comments forms which reads as:
You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>
There are two ways of getting rid of it, you can easily remove it by replacing a piece code into the comment.php file or by adding a line of code in your .css file. Here’s how to: