It’s about very general thing. Money. Yes, everyone needs money to survive, to live, to enjoy and most importantly, to live in abundance. But it’s not easy for everyone to make money. At least most of the people think so, even though I don’t. After going through various ups and downs and having grown up 27 years old, I realized that it’s only you who is responsible for your fortune or misery (99.99% of the time. Let’s keep 0.01% for other nasty things).
Awarding points for sharing content at your website can help boost user engagement. You can easily do this at your WordPress website. All you need to do is install a couple of plugins as mentioned below.
myCRED is a quite popular points management plugin that lets you award points to users for interacting with your WordPress powered website. You can install this plugin as mentioned here.
Install Super Socializer
Super Socializer lets you integrate Social Login, Social Share and Social Comments at your WordPress website. You can install this plugin and enable Social Sharing at your website as mentioned here. (more…)
Most people do not bother changing the default WordPress database prefix (wp_) during its installation. This leaves your website vulnerable to mass attack of hackers and spammers. It’s easier for spammers and hackers to target a WordPress website with default database prefix.
So, don’t worry if you (deliberately ;)) forgot to change default database prefix while installing WordPress. You can take charge of WordPress security by following simple steps mentioned below. (more…)
Many times you feel the need for custom fields for a WordPress post/page. You can assign custom fields to a post by creating meta-data. Yes, this is what WordPress calls these custom fields. This way your WordPress posts can be more than just posts.
So, let’s create some custom fields.
We will be adding following custom fields to our posts:
1. Image URL – Url of an image to show before the post content
2. Read also – Link of another post at our blog that we would like visitors to read
We will create a metabox for these two fields. (more…)
We all know WordPress is the most popular Content Management System, powering millions of websites all over the web. This makes it the favorite target for hackers. You can secure your WordPress website by following some easy practices which are mentioned below.
Never use admin as username
Easiest thing you can do to give hackers a difficult time, is to never use “admin” as username for login. You can easily block most of the brute-force attacks by following this practice. WordPress asks the username while installation when you can choose a catchy username (something like HocusPocus or SeriousSam ;)) other than “admin”. (more…)
Social Login is a feature that your website users can use to login to your website without the need of filling registration form and creating/remembering username-password for your website. It’s a handy one click login feature that can replace (or at least simplify) manual login/registration process at your website.
Process to add Social Login to your WordPress blog is very simple. Ready for the ride? Here we go.
Login to your WordPress website admin panel and navigate to Plugins > Add New page from left sidebar.
Type Super Socializer in Search Plugins text box and hit enter button. (more…)
After going through TripAdvisor support forums, it became clear that they had no solution for this, as the request to fix this bug had gone unanswered and related post had been closed. It was time for brainstorming 🙂