Category Archives: WordPress Tutorial

Display Vital Stats of Your WordPress Blog to Your Visitors

If you have been running your site for some time and are regularly updating it with fresh, high-quality content, chances are you have built up a good amount of traffic over time. As a result, your visitors are most likely sharing your site via various social media networks, following it and commenting on your posts. And a high-traffic blog or website, in turn, gives you some bragging rights.

Continue reading

How to Force HTTPS on Your WordPress site

In this tutorial I will explain how you can easily force HTTPS on your WordPress site. I will show you the trick to enabling https on the entire domain, on a sub-domain and on a single page. You don’t even need to use any plugin for this.

This tutorial will be very helpful if you have purchased an SSL certifiate for your WordPress site but you don’t know how to force your webpages to use HTTPS URL.

Continue reading

How to Add Video Lightbox in WordPress

If you are looking for a better way to display your videos on your WordPress site or are trying to get a better understanding on how lightboxes work, this article is for you.

A lightbox can be a great tool for showcasing both photos and videos on your website or blog. It makes the media truly stand out and captivate the visitor’s attention. It also adds a nice design element to your site, which is both professional and artistic at the same time.

Continue reading

How to Embed Audio on WordPress Website

If you are looking for a good audio player to give your WordPress blog readers an option of playing music or podcasts, the Compact WP Audio Player plugin is a great choice. A hybrid of flash and HTML5, it can be used to play files that are in either MP3 or OGG format.

That’s right, this also behaves as an OGG player for WordPress! The player is nicely designed, compact, and compatible with all major devices and browsers. It uses a simple shortcode to embed audio files on your posts and pages.

Continue reading

How to Manage Downloads in WordPress

Many bloggers and website owners offer various perks to their visitors, such as free podcasts, e-books and other downloadable materials. If you are using WordPress to offer your visitors any types of files that can be downloaded, it is best to install a file management plugin that will take care of many steps of this process for you. A good plugin will keep track of the amount of downloads and other stats, as well as allow you to protect your files with a password if you wish to limit access to your downloads only to certain users.

Continue reading

Cleaning up Commentluv Comments

If you ever used the commentluv plugin then you probably have a lot of WordPress comments with lots of links in it.

Manually editing all the comments and removing those links can be very tiresome. In this tutorial I will show you how you can easily clean up all the links from your comments using some PHP code. Continue reading

How to Disable the Admin Bar in Your WordPress Site

In this tutorial I will show you how to disable the WordPress admin bar. The admin bar was introduced in WordPress version 3.1.


The WordPress admin bar is very helpful for quick access to the admin panel. For example, if you want to edit the page or post you are currently viewing , you can easily go to the edit mode with one click.

However, sometimes you may not want the admin bar on some of your WordPress sites. A perfect example of this is if you are running a membership site. You probably don’t want your members/users to see this admin bar and get confused by it. Continue reading

WordPress Breadcrumbs Code – Add Breadcrumbs to Your WordPress site

WordPress doesn’t have any option to enable or show breadcrumb on your site. In this tutorial I will show you how you can easily create a WordPress breadcrumb function and use it show breadcrumb on your site.

Continue reading