Month: January 2012

How to Get a WordPress Category Name Without the Link

If you ever have the need to display the name of your current category without a link, the following code will let you do that. You will need to insert this in your theme’s files in the appropriate place. Get WordPress Category Name in Action Let’s take a look at a few quick examples of…

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How to Add a Login/Logout Link to Your WordPress Menu

Almost nothing is more frustrating for a user than searching around for a login link in order to get to important content. The following method found at will automatically detect whether a user is logged in or not and put a login or a logout link right on your menu bar. Add Code to…

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How to Arrange and Reorder WordPress Pages

The order of Pages in WordPress is especially important because in many themes, Pages are used by default as the top menu items. Of course you don’t have to use Pages as your menu items, but for many sites it makes sense to do so. You may also want a menu of Pages in your…

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Embracing The Spirit Of Open Source With WordPress Trac

As the vast majority of you are no doubt aware, WordPress is an open source development platform. In practical terms, this means one thing – you can have a hand in maintaining the world’s most popular content management system. Sounds pretty cool, right? However, there is a flip side to this – WordPress lives and dies…

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Simple:Press: A Fully Scalable Forum Plugin for WordPress

Looking for a solid plugin option for adding forums to your WordPress site? You may not have heard of Simple:Press, since it’s not available in the WordPress plugin repository. bbPress tends to dominate the plugin space for forum plugins, so I wanted to introduce you to another option, just in case you’re looking for something…

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