Adding Edit Buttons To Your WordPress Theme

May 6, 2008

Theme authors often forget to do is add “edit” buttons to posts, pages, and comments.   Having access to these buttons can save blog authors a lot of time when trying to manage their blogs.  As a result, I decided to write up a quick tutorial that explains the really simple process of adding edit buttons to your WordPress theme.  If you’d like to add an “Edit” button on your individual posts or pages, here is the code you will want to place somewhere in your post and/or page template (usually called... [Read the full story]

Add Daily Blog Posting To Your WordPress

May 6, 2008

Have you ever noticed that many blogs put up a daily post that is simply a bunch of links to other websites? This is actually done automatically, and if you have ever wondered how to set that up, you’ve come to the right place. That feature is called Daily Blog Posting, and this post will explain how to accomplish this if you have a self-hosted WordPress blog. First thing you need is to sign up for an account with the popular social bookmarking service The account is free and allows you to store... [Read the full story]

Hiding Your Affiliate Links using WordPress

March 28, 2008

With the increasing popularity of using affiliate links to generate income online, it can significantly improve your conversion rate on affiliate sign-ups by disguising your affiliate links using a URL with your domain name, then redirecting them to the appropriate affiliate. The idea behind using this theory is that readers will click on it thinking it is an internal link on your site, rather than taking you to a third party site.  Another benefit is that all of your blog’s links point toward an internal address on your... [Read the full story]