Floating Images and adding captions in wordpress posts

Posted on August 26th, 2011

The images in the posts cane be aligned  “left”, “right” or “centered”. WordPress adds class=”alignleft”, class=”alignright” or class=”aligncentered” to the ‘img’ tags or its surrouding ‘div’ element, when you choose left, right or center alignment for images. The post looks aligned to the left, right or centered within the WordPress admin area, but when you read more

Custom Permalinks

Posted on August 20th, 2011

Set custom permalinks on a per-post, per-tag or per-category basis. Plugin site

What’s the difference between __(), _e(), _x(), and _ex()?

Posted on August 20th, 2011

__() _e() _x() _ex() _n() In some older plugins you may find the function _c() which is deprecated and replaced by _x() since version 2.9. If you’re not familiar with i18n of your plugin you should take a look at the Codex. All these functions translate a string to the language defined in wp-config.php. So read more

Redirecting the WordPress feeds to feedburner

Posted on August 12th, 2011

Most bloggers are using Feedburner,There are many web service that lets you know how many people are reading your blog via feeds. The most commonly used one is Feedburner If you’re using WordPress, you should redirect all WordPress feeds (rss, atom, etc) to your feedburner feed direactly. Modify lines 2 and 3, and then paste read more

Making menu management easier

Posted on July 30th, 2011

We could see a menus section in all the versions of wordpress from 3.0. This could be used fruitfully used to get a fine menu. It simplifies the job of WordPress theme developers and makes things as simple as possible for users. Beneath the surface, there is lot more – this marks a point where read more