In this short tutorial we will create a post filter for a WordPress site without any coding. Visitors click on tags and see all matching posts.
The online magazine WPBeginner has created a useful screencast that shows you how to install and use my Redirect URL to Post plugin. You also find an article about redirecting to random WordPress posts on their website. Here is the video – with many thanks to the folks at WPBeginner!
Usually, WordPress tags are effective globally for the entire website. In some cases, however, you want them to apply only to a certain subset of posts. For example if the same tag has slightly different meanings and should show different posts depending on the context.
Many WordPress users are not entirely clear about the difference between categories and tags. In this post you find explanations with practical examples and hints to make the best or your tags and categories.
If you try to install a WordPress plugin and see the message “The plugin does not have a valid header” there might be an easy solution how to fix it.
Some of my plugins send queries to my server to check if a later version is available. So I thought about a possibility to log and evaluate the information that is sent along with these queries – most importantly the currently installed plugin version. This would give me an idea about which versions are still …
Your site will be more fun to use and your work more productive if you organize WordPress tags on two levels, making tagging and searching more intuitive.
While installing the Mailchimp Pop-up form on WordPress, I ran into a problem that many others seem to have encountered as well: The script “jQuery.js” cannot be found at “https://chattymango.com/jQuery.js”, which of course breaks the entire pop-up. Actually, jQuery comes bundled with WordPress and just needs to be loaded from the right location. Unfortunately, you …
The text widgets of WordPress 4.8 came with a new feature – a HTML editor. That is great for people who want to format their text, but it is also bad news since the TinyMCE editor tends to clean up or reformat the original code. For example, “=>” gets converted into the HTML-safe encoding “=>”, and …
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