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How to Display the Last Updated Date of Post in WordPress

June 5, 2018
It is better to display the last updated date in the articles in addition to the created date. This will always help the readers to ascertain the freshness of the post. It can be done easily in a WordPress site. There are two ways using which the last updated date can be displayed. The first […]
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How to Limit the Archive Menu List in WordPress

May 24, 2018
In WordPress blog, the archive menu list will contain all the posts and generally as a chronological list. By clicking the date from the archive menu, we can see the list of posts published on the selected date. The wp_get_archives() function is used to display the date-based archives index in our WordPress template. By default, the […]
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How to Create WordPress Custom Page Template

May 22, 2018
WordPress provides a default template for page creation. That may not be sufficient for our needs in certain situations. In our WordPress installation we may have a need to group a set of pages and display them in a common layout. Similarly we may have to create multiple different layout groups. In such a situation […]
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Displaying WordPress Recent Posts of a Specified Category

May 18, 2018
Generally, the WordPress recent posts are displayed in the descending order of the date of publishing. This recent list of posts can be of any category under which it is posted. If you want to list the recent posts by a specified category, then this WordPress post will be helpful for you to implement it in […]
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Disabling WordPress Search Feature without Plugin

May 16, 2018
WordPress provides a search functionality which can be embedded in your WordPress installation. That search functionality may not be needed always. If you have a website with a single or only a few pages, the search feature is redundant. In that case, we can simply disable this feature to make things simple and clean. The […]
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How to Disable WordPress RSS Feeds

May 15, 2018
Do you still want to keep the RSS feeds on in your WordPress installation? RSS feeds are the old thing now. RSS feeds are the cool things of the past. Now its social media feeds, walls and pages. Google discontinued its feed reader Google Reader long back. So, if you landed here with intention to […]
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How to Rename Uncategorized from WordPress Category

May 14, 2018
If you are using the famous ‘Uncategorized’ category on your WordPress, it is high time you should reconsider using it. Before going into how to change the Uncategorized category into something better why should we avoid using it. Because, it will show your WordPress as a collection of unorganized things, something like an assorted items […]
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The Right Way to Include JavaScript and CSS in WordPress

May 12, 2018
There are various ways to include JavaScript and CSS in WordPress. We can include the script or CSS in the theme header or footer, can embed scripts via functions.php by creating action hooks or many other ways. If you do not choose the right way, to include scripts then it will be a nightmare during […]
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How to Display All the WordPress Posts on One Page

May 10, 2018
There are a real possible scenarios wherein you want to display all the WordPress posts on a single page. For example, you might be looking to publish an archive page or a sitemap page where you want to list all the posts without any pagination. In this article I will detail you a way using […]
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Creating Custom Post Status in WordPress

May 7, 2018
WordPress post status is used to describe the state of the post. There are various default post statuses in WordPress to represent the post states. In this tutorial, we are going to see those default states and also, how to create a custom post status. In a previous tutorial, we have already seen about how to create […]
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