There are plenty of options available if you want to limit the number of WordPress revisions stored on your website. Here are a few suggestions.
A selection of articles to help website owners and developers
Ever wondered how some WordPress websites get to display lovely fonts? Take a look at our post to discover how to add Google Web Fonts to your website.
What options are available for installing and running Wordpress? How do you choose between running it on the wordpress site, running it standalone on your computer and running it on your own (or a hosted) web server? What pre-installation checks should you do?
What do you do when your WordPress scheduled posts fail to publish on time? You may want to consider a couple of plugins that can help deal with this issue.
The Flipping Book plugin allows jpg and png files to be combined into an online book producing proper paging effects, such as a swishing movement when pages are turned.
If spam is spoiling your blog, check out Akismet, a great WordPress plugin that traps spam comments. It lets you trap, review and even delete these comments automatically.
Do you need to pass URL parameters between pages in your WordPress site? Here’s a solution to do it with a little plugin code and a small template file change.
It’s important to acknowledge the author of code snippets you use by paying for plugins, making a financial contribution, or commenting on a blog.
Thinking of adding an Avatar to a WordPress comment? You might want to consider Gravatar, a service that provides globally-unique Avatars and able to register an image as ‘belonging’ to an email address.
Converting existing websites with PHP scripting code to WordPress can cause parsing errors, problems picking up included files, or problems passing data from a form inside the included PHP file. Why not consider using HTML iframe?