By default all WordPress comments are managed from admin area dashboard ‘Comments’ page. The page allows you to filter comments and pings but there is no option to filter comments by their specific post type.
Tags in WordPress provides you an easy way for grouping related posts together in your blog or website. You can show it in menus, after posts, in a tag cloud widget etc. By default WordPress allows authors to add as many tags they want to add in their posts.
In this lesson we will show you how to easily set maximum number of tags for posts in your WordPress site. Continue reading Set Limit For Maximum Number Of Tags In WordPress Posts
Looking for some easy trick to display random one-line quips on your WordPress site. WordPress plugin repository has a new plugin that can be used for one liner post styles like random quotes, jokes, etc.
Once the content is published it can be displayed via shortcode or sidebar widget. Continue reading New Custom Post Type For One Liner Statements In WordPress
You can easily show post type instructions in your WordPress site. instructions can be shown above content and other metaboxes on post edit screen. Continue reading Show Instructional Text For Content & Metaboxes On WordPress Post Edit Screen
WordPress has the power to hold various types of content. An example of a single content is known as ‘Post’, although you should know that post is nothing but a specific post type present by default in WordPress just like ‘Page’ which is another kind of post type. In general post types provides same interface you get in posts and pages but they can be customized with different fields and use them for different purposes. For Example: ‘Media’ is also a post type but it has completely different features. Internally in database, all post types are stored at the same place i.e. in wp_posts table and they are differentiated by a column called post_type.
With in a few clicks you can convert your WordPress posts or pages to some other custom post types and also you can do opposite of same i.e. you can convert any custom post type to posts or pages. Convert Post Types provides you the functions for converting posts and post types in WordPress.
This is not just limited to conversion but the plugin also enables you to limit the conversion to posts from a single category or children of some specific pages and vice versa. You can also assign new taxonomy terms (like tags and categories), which will get automatically added to the posts’ existing terms. This way you can migrate any specific category to a new post type without disturbing any other content.
To start, first install and activate Convert Post Types plugin. Take backup of you database before you start playing with this plugin or if you are sure about what you are doing then visit your admin area Dashboard -> Tools -> Convert Post Types admin page and choose the ‘Convert from‘ and ‘Convert to‘ post type options.
Select a category if you want limiting this conversion. You can add taxonomies to get auto assigned to your content after the post type conversion process. Finally, click the ‘Convert‘ button and wait for the process to complete, process time depends entirely on the amount of content you are converting.
By default WordPress only allows users to display static pages and posts on the front page. There are many solutions for displaying any other post type on the homepage like by using shortcode plugins etc but here we will provide you the easiest among all other solutions. We will be using a hack which you can easily enable on your website or alternatively you may also give a try to CPT on Front Page plugin by fabrizim.
Now you can easily control the revisions for each stored post type (posts, pages and other custom post types) in your WordPress installation. This way you can reduce the weight of your site’s database and get noticeable performance from faster database queries. Continue reading How To Set Number Of Revisions To Save For Each Post Type In WordPress ?
There are many plugin which allows you to display related blog posts in WordPress. This tutorial is on a different kind of related posts plugin which allows you to select the taxonomy type and it shows related posts only from that particular taxonomy given by you. With this plugin you can set related posts display by taxonomies like tags, categories and other custom taxonomies created by you.
Easily add links to navigate to the next and previous WordPress blog posts when editing any post in WordPress admin area dashboard.
Easily create a number of custom post types and taxonomies in your WordPress site. Read complete tutorial on creating Post Types and Taxonomies direct from WordPress Admin Area Dashboard.