Monthly Archive: March 2012

Tumbleblog

A little WordPress experiment called a tumblelog, a form of microblogging focused on content. There are no categories, no tags, no thumbnails, no archives. I bring all my some social networks together into one single feed and you can see the result below.

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A smarter way to get the post thumbnail

Post thumnails are a new feature introduced in WordPress 2.9 and it lets you assign a representative image to your posts/pages/custom posts. It is very useful in archive pages where you have limited space for each article. But what if you don’t have a featured image for your post? What if you don’t need or […]

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How to get related posts in WordPress

Much too often, we see a ‘Related posts’ section after reading an article. However, there is no built-in widget/function to get these in WordPress. Many blogs implement their own way to get these or use a plugin to do it, most often finding posts from the same category and with the same tags. For those […]

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How to set up a WordPress Network

Currently I am building a developer’s blank WordPress theme and I will need some demo content to make sure the theme displays everything properly. The problem is I do not want to use my website’s content to showcase the theme and setting up another WordPress install just for this is a bit too much and […]

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