Have you noticed that many blogs have a tag cloud in their sidebars? however, not many have a tag cloud page. Why a tag cloud page you may ask! Well… many reasons: de-cluttering your sidebar, adding interactivity to your blog, … Or maybe you have so many tags that they don’t fit in your regular tag cloud widget.
Did you know that WordPress comes with the ability to publish category feeds? That’s right, you can give that option to your readers by providing them with the category feed. Or, you can subscribe to a blog where you’re only interested in one of the categories.
Last week I was having a really hard time ordering the categories in this blog’s header as WordPress only seems to allow to order by name or by ID. That’s why I came up with the Category Order plugin.
You may have noticed that many people use the syntax @name in blog comments for addressing messages to a specific person. Maybe you’re one of them. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to style that piece of text differently so it stands out better.
You may have noticed that WordPress adds a “[…]” before and after every trackback text. I believe this to be kind of ugly, so I came up with a solution to replace them for something else.