Two cool tricks today, shortcodes to display private notes and members-only content.
One way to help reduce spam is to encode your email address whenever displaying publicly. Here is a function that will do just that: display an encoded version of whatever email address you specify.
Here is how to replace all instances of a string in WordPress.
By default WordPress includes all of your blog’s pages in its internal search results.
Quick tip to enable WordPress shortcodes to be executed in widgets (and post content).
Quick tip for limiting the number of characters displayed in post titles. Limiting title length is useful in some design situations and is actually very easy to do.
Here’s a trick to instantly generate a screenshot of anything on the Web. Without a plugin.
A neat trick in your themes is to display the search terms used by the visitor somewhere on the page. Here’s how to do it for visitor’s arriving at your site after searching in Google.
Creating your own custom shortcodes is another thing that WordPress makes very easy to do.
WordPress makes it drop-dead simple to create your own custom widgets.
Here is a cool snippet to display an external file anywhere in your WordPress theme.
WordPress makes it so easy to display external RSS feeds anywhere in your theme.