June 23, 2011 Themes , Wordpress no responses # ,

How to Delete Post Revisions in WordPress and keep clean

How can you delete post revisions in WordPress blogs? Post revision is a cool way in which WordPress autosaves your posts while you type. This helps to recover posts should your browser crash, or internet crash, and you can always restore an older version of the post. But Post revisions tend to pile up in your database.

Most of times the number of post revisions is double the number of posts! No wonder the database file size is growing so fast. Every post we edit keeps accumulating post revisions. If there are frequently edited posts, the revision can be a large number.

Optimize Post Revisions

Of course you can stop post revisions by adding the following to wp-config.php (in root of your WordPress installation)

define('WP_POST_REVISIONS', false);

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June 17, 2011 Wordpress no responses

Stop creating alternate image sizes

Many people agree what is unnecessarily creation of thumbnail, medium and large images whenever I upload any image in WordPress.

I normally do no use these image sizes, and these images sits on my valuable database and consume lots of storage space. I normally post at least 2-3 images in each post and subsequently these posts grow in number, ending up lots of different useless sized images. There is an easy way to turn off this automatic generation of these images without having to download any plugins or manually modifying any WordPress code.

Go to your WordPress dashboard, and look for Setting tab on right side. Click on sub-tab Media.


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June 2, 2011 Wordpress no responses # ,

Remove /category/ from your WordPress url

If you wanted to be able to finally remove the useless /category/ from your WordPress categories permalinks? If yes, read on and get ready to hack your .htaccess file!

WordPress category permalinks are displayed that way:

  • http://www.domain.com/blog/category/wordpress

As you can see, the category in the url is pretty useless. Here’s how to remove it:

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June 2, 2011 MySQL , Wordpress no responses # ,

Moving WordPress site to new domain

When You decide to reorganize the blog link URL to make it tidier or to reflect new focus or theme of the blog. If you decide to change the URL or link location of your WordPress blog due to changing of domain name (such as from http://www.old-domain.com/ to http://www.new-domain.com/) or the blog to another directory location (such as from http://www.domain.com/ to http://www.domain.com/blog/), there are some steps that should be done to ensure the proper migration and no breaking links.

The tricky part when moving WordPress blog to another location is that WordPress is using absolute path in URL link instead of relative path in URL link location when stores some parameters in database. Within blog posts’ contents itself, users may also use the old URLs when creating reference backlinks. All these values in the database will need to be changed when WordPress is moved. The following guide will show you which database fields that has references or values related to blog’s URLs that you want to modify. Note that this guide is not about how to move WordPress blog from one server or host to another new hosting service.
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May 2, 2011 CSS , jQuery no responses # ,

Fancy CSS/jQuery information boxes

A snazzy tutorial for you that you can use on you’re blog or website – whatever takes your fancy!

Now you probably noticed something different about my website that the welcome information box has been moved from the main content box to outside of the layout. This is to draw more attention to it so whenever you visit it’s there as a friendly hello to you and at your option to follow us or subscribe to the RSS feed.

How you can accomplish this on your website in the most easiest way possible?!
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May 1, 2011 Themes , Wordpress no responses #

Mod-Rewrite on WordPress to hide login, register pages

For those who own WordPress on your own server or shared hosting, this doesn’t include “WordPress.com” as you cannot access your installation folder but that’s way of the scope of this article so we all know the “/wp-login.php” file is the backdoor to your WordPress would allow a attacker to infect your website with malicious stuff such as malware and could get your website blacklisted.

This file is located at the root of your WordPress install:
“http://www.yourdomain.com/wp-login.php” or “http://www.yourdomain.com/blog/wp-login.php”

This file also allows yourself and other users on your website to login to post content not only that but to register and to get a new password if they’ve forgotten their password.
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April 7, 2011 Tools no responses # , , ,

Useful Twitter Tools

Last days Twitter is popular and lots of people use it. There are people that build tools to enable and simplify functionality and help make a service like Twitter even better. Here are some of these tools that will help you do more with Twitter.
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April 7, 2011 CSS3 , Tools no responses

Useful CSS3 Tools

CSS3 getting more and more popularity in more and more websites. However, there are still those out there that are holding out on learning it and using it. This is probably due to the fact that it’s not fully supported yet in all browsers. Nevertheless, if you’re one of those that haven’t started using CSS3 or you’re a CSS3 pro just looking to speed up your work flow, here are six CSS3 tools that you should find useful.
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