Related Posts Without A Plugin With Thumbs

Showing related posts can persuade readers to delve deeper into your blog and read more of your articles, which may convince them you write quality pieces and keep them coming back for more. Today I will show you how to add related posts on your blog without using a plugin, we will also do so

And The Winners Are…

We ran a Christmas giveaway on 23rd Decmeber 2010 and gave TWO WPzine readers a chance to win Digging Into WordPress in e-book format. We have a number of entries, but unfortunately we can only pick two winners, we placed all of the entrants names into a hat and the lucky winners are: Shawn Hoefer

Win A Copy Of Digging Into WordPress

You heard right, two lucky readers can win a PDF copy of Digging Into WordPress! We are going to run a number of these competitions over the coming months, so if you miss out don’t be disheartened, you will have more than one chance to win. Digging Into WordPress How To Enter To Enter take

Popular Posts With A Comment Count

Showing users your most commented posts is a great way to “show off” your blogs community interactivity, and could possibly re-enforce the community feeling your blog offers. There are plugins which offer widgets and such to display popular posts, but today I’m going to show you how to do so without a widget. We are

Disable WordPress Search

For whatever reason the time may come when you need to disable WordPress’ in built search function, your project might not call for it or you might want to change it out for Google Search for example. To do this is relatively easy, backup for functions.php file before you tinker, then add the following: Conclusion