Monthly Archives: March 2011

Add a custom default avatar to your WordPress site

WordPress have a built in support for gravatars which means that WordPress will automatically fetch the avatar associated with the commenting users email address. If the email address is not associated with an avatar WordPress will display a default avatar. … Continue reading

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Only include Contact Form 7 javascript and CSS when needed

The Contact Form 7 is a great WordPress plugin for adding contact forms to your site. The plugin is very easy to use and make nice contact forms with. The bad news is that the plugin includes javascript and CSS … Continue reading

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WordPress plugins – Types and statuses

WordPress plugins is what gives WordPress the extra power and enables you to extend the functionality of WordPress so that you can do more or less anything you like. At the time of writing this post almost 14 thousand plugins … Continue reading

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Cache data with WordPress Transient API

With WordPress transient API you can cache data in the database by giving it a unique identifier and an optional expire time after it will be deleted. There are basically three functions in this API. $transient – a unique identifier … Continue reading

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How to modify WordPress favorite actions menu

Since WordPess 2.7 there is a drop-down menu in admin that displays links to common actions. I don’t know the official name for it so I will just call it favorite actions menu. The problem with this menu is that … Continue reading

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How to remove WordPress admin bar

WordPress 3.1 introduces a new admin bar which is located at the top of your site. Some people like the admin bar and some don’t. Here are two ways of removing it. One by adding code to your themes functions.php … Continue reading

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