There are various plugins that allows your users to share posts on social networking websites. Earlier we have discussed about adding Whats App sharing button in WordPress, read:
- WhatsApp Sharing For WordPress Can Increase Your Website Traffic
- Enable WhatsApp Sharing Button In Jetpack Powered WordPress Site
Now you may also activate SMS sharing button so that your users would be able to share your content by sending links to mobile numbers via SMS.
Continue reading How To Add SMS Sharing Button In WordPress? →
Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin provides you a variety of useful modules but sometimes website owners don’t want them all. Earlier we have discussed about keeping all or individual modules deactivated by default.
And today in this lesson you will learn how to remove all unnecessary modules from your website to keep a less confusing admin environ.
Continue reading Removing Unnecessary Jetpack Modules From WordPress →
When using Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin, whenever any new module is introduced, it gets automatically enabled on your WordPress installation and in-case of WordPress multisite network, all websites experiences the same issue.
In this lesson you will learn about keeping all Jetpack modules deactivated by default.
Continue reading Keeping All Jetpack Modules Deactivated (Disabled) By Default In WordPress →
Currently, default Jetpack sharing module doesn’t provides you WhatsApp sharing button. In this lesson you will about a new Jetpack addon plugin that supplies additional Jetpack sharing WhatsApp button for your website. Continue reading Enable WhatsApp Sharing Button In Jetpack Powered WordPress Site →
Jetpack provides you a built-in email subscription module that allows your visitors to subscribe for latest posts updates on your WordPress site. By default, Jetpack provides you a subscription widget you can add to your sidebar and rest all works automatically.
Your visitors subscribe to your website and get email alerts for new posts. In this lesson you will see how to add a more beautiful and eye catching Jetpack follow box on your WordPress site. Continue reading Adding A Better Jetpack Follow Button In WordPress →
Sometimes, when you just want to use a specific module from Jetpack without going through the hassle of connecting Jetpack to your WordPress.com user account.
In this lesson you will learn how you can use official Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin features without having to connect it with WordPress.com.
Continue reading Turn Jetpack On Without Connecting It To WordPress.com →
Now you can set auto reply message on your Jetpack Contact form. Popular WordPress.com plugin Jetpack provides you a contact form generator module which adds a contact form generator button on the top of visual editor on every post and post type edit screen. Continue reading Send Automatic Replies To Your Jetpack Contact Forms In WordPress →
Centralized Site Management is the new module of Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin. It lets you manage multiple WordPress sites and keep plugins up-to-date from one single dashboard at wordpress.com/plugins. Continue reading Activate Centralized Website Management In WordPress →
WooJetpack is a service that supercharges your WordPress website with awesome set of powerful modules essential for website owners using excellent WooCommerce platform on WordPress sites. Continue reading WooJetpack For Supercharging Your WordPress E-commerce Website →
Sometimes, new WordPress users who try connecting or reconnecting Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin on their self-hosted WordPress sites notice this error message:
“Your Jetpack has a glitch. Something went wrong that’s never supposed to happen. Guess you’re just lucky: xml_rpc-32601” Continue reading Resolving ‘Your Jetpack Has A Glitch’ Error In WordPress →
A Markdown editor allows you compose posts and write comments with links, lists, and other styles using regular characters and punctuation marks.
Continue reading How To Enable Jetpack Markdown Editor In WordPress? →
Now Jetpack by WordPress.com plugin provides you a new custom post type module called ‘Portfolio Projects’. The module is automatically enabled after Jetpack is updated. It allows you to use a unique portfolio content type so that you can organize your portfolio projects from a special section of your admin area dashboard.
Continue reading Organize Your Portfolio Projects In WordPress With Jetpack Custom Post Type Module →
Instead of making your visitors having to click a link view older posts or navigate to next page in WordPress you can use Jetpack’s infinite scrolling module which automatically pulls the next posts into view when the reader approaches the bottom of the page. It is now compatible with Google Analytics, now its options page on dashboard Settings -> Reading allows you to track each Infinite Scroll post load as a page view in Google Analytics.
Continue reading How To Hide Sticky Footer Of Jetpack Infinite Scroll In WordPress? →
Tiled gallery is the most beautiful way of displaying photo galleries in WordPress, the good thing about tiled galleries is, they automatically organizes all photos in such a way that they appear all fixed inside your post without leaving any blank space. For example: Default WordPress galleries shows up images in columns, suppose you have five images assigned to three columns then it would be showing three images in first line and two in the second line leaving a blank whitespace in third column which doesn’t appears to be good.
Continue reading How To Create Tiled Gallery Carousel Without Jetpack In WordPress? →
LaTeX is a popular WordPress.com feature. It is a widely used typesetting system, very good for formatting mathematical formulas and equations etc. In this tutorial we will show you how to enable latex support in your self-hosted WordPress site. Official WordPress.com’s LaTeX support can easily be enabled with Jetpack plugin. First make sure Jetpack is active on you WordPress installation and then follow the given steps.
Continue reading How To Write Mathematical Equations Using LaTeX In WordPress? →
Just like Tumblr Crossposting from WordPress, now you can easily cross post your WordPress blog posts and other content to your WordPress.com blogs and other self-hosted WordPress site having Jetpack installed in them. WordPress Crosspost is the new WordPress plugin that automatically crossposts your content to your other WP sites, it enables you to select the blog of your choice whenever you hit the “Publish” (or “Save Draft”) button.
Continue reading Crossposting Content From One WordPress Blog To Other, Also Works Between Self-hosted & WordPress.Com Websites →
Now Jetpack also provides you fully functional module for displaying related posts of your website. This new Jetpack’s feature feature pulls out the relevant content from your blog and displays it at the bottom of your posts. When the feature is enabled, a new section of related posts automatically appears underneath your Jetpack’s Sharing Buttons and WordPress.com Likes (if its on).
Continue reading Now You Can Display Related Posts With Thumbnails Using Jetpack →
Jetpack already provides you a module for After the Deadline proofreading service for improving your writing via artificial intelligence to find your errors and offer smart suggestions. It also provides a number of customization options which you can easily set from your profile (Dashboard -> Users -> Your Profile).
Continue reading Checking For Grammar & Spelling Mistakes In WordPress →
With Jetpack Tiled Galleries you can display your image galleries in three new styles: a rectangular mosaic, a square mosaic, and a circular grid. All three gallery styles are beautiful, specially the Tiled Mosaic but in some full width WordPress themes a common problem comes, default width of gallery. Sometime width defined by the theme is less than website’s actual width and in that case gallery automatically aligns itself and starts showing space on other sides which looks odd. Tiled Galleries are built to fill your theme’s content width but occasionally themes forget to set the
$content_width variable in functions.php and hence Tiled Galleries auto defaults to 500px wide. This tutorial explains you how you can easily edit the gallery width according to your website’s layout.
Continue reading How To Set Custom Width For Tiled Photo Galleries In WordPress? →
Single Sign On is an awesome Jetpack plugin module that allows you to enable you and your users to login/register to your self-hosted WordPress site using WordPress.Com login credentials. If you have Jetpack plugin activated in your WordPress site, you can enable single sign on feature in just one click and unlike to other same purpose plugins, there’s no need of creating any app and get API etc. One click and WordPress.com login will automatically come visible in your WP login page.
Continue reading One Click To Enable Single Sign In For WordPress Self Hosted & WordPress.Com Blogs →
SO Jetpack Stats Only is a fork plugin of Jetpack and it only enables the Stats Module enabled. You can use this plugin to know your Jetpack Stats without installing Official Jetpack plugin with so many modules.
Continue reading New Single Jetpack Stats Module For Your WordPress Site →