WordPress

WordPress is one of the most popular blog publishing platforms that powers more than 50 million sites on the web. WordPress uses PHP and MySQL.

How to Add JavaScript to your WordPress Posts

Learn how you can easily add any JavaScript code - including widgets or jQuery functions - to your WordPress posts and pages inline with the help of shortcodes and custom fields.

Essential Linux Commands for WordPress Users

If you have limited Unix / Linux experience, here are some handy command line tricks that will help you do things a lot faster. Also, these Linux commands aren’t specific to any shell so you may use them in any Linux environment.

Capture Screenshots of Web Pages with WordPress API

Learn how to capture dynamic screenshots of web page in an automated manner. Such screenshot images refresh automatically if the content, or the layout, of the underlying source website has changed.

Clean your WordPress Permalinks for Better SEO

When you have extra parameters in WordPress URLs, Google may sometimes confuse them as separate pages. Fortunately, it is easy remove parameters either with some simple JavaScript or with the help of .htaccess mod_rewrite.

Building an Android App for your Blog

If you would like to create a native Android App (apk) for your own blog, here are all the things you should know to build the mobile app.

Using CSS with WordPress (CSS3)

With CSS3, you don’t need to use images to add rounded corners, drop shadow effects or for changing the opacity of your text on web page.

How WordPress Finds Related Posts

One of my favorite WordPress plugin is Related Posts that, as the name suggests, displays links to other other articles on your your website that are contextually related to your current article.