How To Add Numbered Page Navigation To WordPress

If your WordPress blog has a large amount of blog posts, then you should add a numbered page navigation to your WordPress for easy navigation. Your audience deserves a better navigation through your blog pages and archives. The default WordPress pagination comes with “older posts” and “newer posts” text, which is just too simple. In …

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How To Add SVG Upload Support To WordPress

By default, WordPress wouldn’t let you upload SVG files through the media uploader. However, a little piece of code will solve this problem for you. Just add following code to your theme’s functions.php file: function cc_mime_types( $mimes ){ $mimes[‘svg’] = ‘image/svg+xml’; return $mimes; } add_filter( ‘upload_mimes’, ‘cc_mime_types’ ); Above snippet would work like a charm. …

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How To Set WordPress Permalinks From functions.php

Permalinks are the permanent URLs to your WordPress or blog posts, as well as pages and other things on your WordPress blog or any other website. It’s very important to have an easy permalink structure for your URLs for better navigation and SEO. The default WordPress permalinks looks like this: http://www.example.com/?p=22 You can easily change …

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How To Remove WordPress Admin Bar For Everyone Except Administrators

In last post I showed you how to remove WordPress admin bar from your WordPress site. Now, it’s time to show how you can remove the WordPress admin bar for everyone except administrators of your WordPress. In this way, only you will see the admin bar in the front-end. I personally applied this code on …

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How To Hide WordPress Login Error Messages

Whenever someone tries to login to your WordPress with the correct username and wrong password combination, the following message appears: [alert style=”red”]ERROR: The password you entered for the username yourname is incorrect.[/alert] It gives the hackers a clue that their entered username is correct, and that they simply need to crack its password. And shows …

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