Facebook connect is a Facebook API to integrate Facebook related social networking option to your website. It provides a secure layer of authentication mechanism to integrate partial Facebook features, user details for you. Today I'm going to show you a way to integrate Facebook authentication for your Wordpress blog. This article assumes that you are already running Wordpress 2.7 or above. It's possible to make a Facebook connect plugin from the very scratch but here I'm covering the easy way … [Read more...]
WordPress is a free and open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL. To function, WordPress has to be installed on a web server, which would either be part of an Internet hosting service or a network host in its own right. Currently, 25% of the internet is powered by WordPress.
Don't you come across situations like you need to implement multiple header types for different categories? I'm sure you do. Here is a simple yet effective solution to work out the issue to implement multiple header types for different categories. For more conditional tags you can look up to Wordpress codex. First of all create the header files for each categories. Also have one header file as the default one. These files will be included from the main header.php file. Consider the code below … [Read more...]
What Is Facebook Connect? Facebook Connect is the next evolution of Facebook Platform - enabling you to integrate the power of Facebook Platform into your own site. Enable your users to... Seamlessly "connect" their Facebook account and information with your site Connect and find their friends who also use your site Share information and actions on your site with their friends on Facebook Have Trusted secure authentication via Facebook Provide Real Identity Link their friends with your … [Read more...]
Wordpress Permalinks, first key to make your site SEO friendly. But wordpress by default uses the permalinks structures such as /%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/ and this is not really a good idea cause it will return your topics url which will look like this below http://www.abc.com/2008/07/31/your-post-slug/ And say for the instance you've already has a handful of topics that has been posted for a while and google has indexed it. So now you want to change your Wordpress Permalinks to a much … [Read more...]
From WordPress 2.3 onwards the administration dashboard displays Google blog search incoming links. Which is not always to the point and also not updated frequently. Lot of us suffers possibly because we are so used to look for incoming links to our blog from Technorati, which is more accurate, updated and to the point. I was looking for a possible solution in Google, found a few, namely from Soft Tech Reviews. Soft Tech Reviews described the situation related to wordpress 2.3.xx. I was studying … [Read more...]