70 Excellent WordPress Tips And Tutorials From First Three Months Of 2011

WordPress is an open source blog tool and publishing platform powered by PHP and MySQL. After its recent updates its more of a complete CMS now. One of the main thing that is making WordPress more special to its users is its large community. You will find several tips and tutorials every month to make WordPress more useful and interesting. This post is a compilation of 70 excellent tips, tricks and tutorials from the first three months of 2011.

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  1. How To Order Categories By Most Recently Updated

  2. Using HTML5 To Transform WordPress Twenty Ten Theme

  3. How To Group Articles Or Posts Alphabetically

  4. How To Restrict A Specific Word From Post Title

  5. How Can Post Formats Be Improved

  6. How To Display Only Parent Category In Your WordPress Post Loop

  7. How To Add Default Content In Your WordPress Post Editor

  8. Remove Title Attribute From WordPress Menu Link

  9. How To Separate Trackbacks From Comments in WordPress

  10. 5 Quick Tips For Using WordPress

  11. Quick Tip – How To Target WordPress Sticky Posts

  12. Simple Login URL

  13. New htaccess Code For WordPress Permalinks

  14. Improve Your WordPress Blog With Flash And Video Players

  15. How To Increase The Maximum File Upload Size in WordPress

  16. Ajax Requested Page Return Only Content

  17. HTML Sitemap For WordPress

  18. Easily Create Multilingual Sites With WordPress

  19. Best Way To Have Quality Comments Only

  20. How To List Categories Along With Their Posts

  21. How To Change WordPress Editor Font

  22. Change WordPress From Email Header

  23. Show Post Time Twitter Style

  24. How To Add or Remove Links From WordPress 3.1 Admin Bar

  25. How To Add A Contact Form To WordPress With Captcha

  26. How To Display Your Google Analytics Data To The Public

  27. An Updated WordPress Events List

  28. How To Use WordPress Post Types and Taxonomies

  29. How To Show Off Your Social Counters in WordPress

  30. WordPress Basics 101 – Creating Custom Pages

  31. How To Troubleshoot WordPress Powered Website

  32. How To Change The WordPress Logo on The Login Screen

  33. Rethinking How New Themes Work

  34. Killer Hacks To Enhance WordPress Editor

  35. Auto Insert Content After Post

  36. Forcing A Different Theme For IE6 Users

  37. Exclude Post From WordPress Feed

  38. Easy Development Using The Genesis Framework

  39. How To Create Your Own Custom WordPress Theme

  40. How To Disable The WordPress Admin Bar

  41. Linking To All Image Sizes in WordPress

  42. Create A Universal Slider Manager in WordPress

  43. Create A Subscription Site Using WordPress

  44. Optimize The Performance Of Widgets, Buttons And More

  45. Three Awesome Functions in WordPress You Might Not Know

  46. How To Check WordPress For Dead- Broken Links

  47. 12 Ways To Get Beautiful Typography For WordPress

  48. How To Redirect Your Homepage To First Post

  49. Intelligent Site Structure For Better SEO

  50. Create A Custom Functions Plugin For End Users

  51. Extending The Power Of Your Default WordPress Widgets

  52. How To Add A Paypal Donate Button in WordPress

  53. How To Display Only Child Category in Your WordPress Post Loop

  54. Increase Your WordPress Blog Performance by Using Google App Engine

  55. How Can Post Formats Be Improved

  56. How To Create Attractive Post Images on Your Blog

  57. Easy Way To Add Social Media Count Button in WordPress

  58. How To Group Posts or Articles by Author

  59. How To Add WordPress.com To Your Site

  60. Using Feedburner With Your WordPress Feed

  61. Turn Your Commenters into Subscribers

  62. How To Add Comment Preview To Comment Textarea Without Plugin

  63. How To Create Preload Images With jQuery in WordPress

  64. How To Add Delete and Spam Buttons To Your Comments

  65. How To Find WordPress Themes Quickly And Easily

  66. How To Add A Gallery in WordPress With A Lightbox Effect

  67. How To Extend The Auto Logout Period in WordPress

  68. Move WordPress Admin Bar To The Bottom

  69. 20 Helpful WordPress SQL Queries Snippets

  70. How To Code A WordPress 3.0 Theme From Scratch

Loveish Kalsi

Loveish Kalsi is a freelance Web and Graphic Designer from India. He is the owner of famous design blog Creativedesignmagazine.com

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10 Responses to 70 Excellent WordPress Tips And Tutorials From First Three Months Of 2011

  1. Liz says:

    Very irritating share tool bar located right over the text and list of links so i can’t see what your lists are about can’t seem to relocate this

  2. Troy Dean says:

    Great list of resources. Add http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/white-label-cms/ and http://videousermanuals.com for a professional hand over for client sites.

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  4. Geoff Rogers says:

    Wow – great list of articles – thanks for posting this! I think I’ll be tackling the lightbox gallery first 🙂

  5. Jaki Levy says:

    These are great WordPress resources – I actually just started digging into a really really solid book on WordPress 3.0. It’s got some really nice code samples, and is written by a few pro WordPress developers (including some from Envato). I’m actually giving away 2 copies of the e-book on my site – check out the details about the e-book and the giveaway here – I think you’ll dig it : http://bit.ly/lq20Ff

  6. Bronislaw Komar says:

    Huge list! Thanks to teh author..Frankly, I did not spot any resources dedicated to actual psd to wordpress conversion? Could anyone mention? I have started building webpages on wordpress cms and want to get a deeper knowledge…

  7. I will try to make a compilation of psd to wordpress in next week.

  8. buana_vuan says:

    Yeah, true. Same problem here. Not much of fine articles and resources. How about software? What do you guys use? I use trial of Divine Elemente photoshop plugin for the psd to wordpress publishing, which is ok, in my opinion. Pretty functional. Any suggestions?

  9. buana_vuan says:


  10. calisto vazquez says:

    I heard about this Divine Elemente plugin, but never used it. I see they have good tuts: http://elemente.divine-project. com/documentation/quick-start-guide
    so I am going to try
    Anyway Goog compilation! Thank you Loveish Kalsi

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