All posts on your WordPress site will be published using the single.php template. The single.php file is used when you click on the post title on the Home Page or Archive Page of the site, and you will see just the single post. In WordPress, we can use only one single.php. But sometimes we need different single pages for different categories, where you want the single post page to look […]
Finally, WordPress has announced the launch of Version 3.0, “Thelonious”. You can also upgrade and secure your current site from your dashboard. WordPress site can be a target for hackers looking to take over for SEO, traffic-redirection and other purposes. Most bloggers aren’t aware of the threat posed by hackers and the blog owner may not even know that a successful attack has taken place.
A brand is the identity of a specific product, service, or business. Effective visual brand identity is achieved by the consistent use of particular visual elements to create distinction, such as specific fonts, colors, and graphic elements. At the core of every brand identity is a brand mark, or logo. Every site deserves to have its own brand identity. You can promote your site with your own brand. Question is […]
If you have a wordpress-powered blog or site that has contents that user can print and use, you want to offer them a way to print that page or post. Therefore, you need to allow your viewer to be able to print the article or page. In this tutorial, I use a plugin called WP-Print that makes a printable version of your posts without other useless information on the post […]
This tutorial explains how to make a author page (author.php) and what happens when the blog viewer is visiting one of your site’s author pages. There are many ways that you can modify the look of your author pages. WordPress tags and little bit css make it easy to customize your author page. If you are going to use author pages, you will probably want to make sure that when […]