The functionality to display archives for a particular category is strangely not part of WordPress default functionality, despite a Google search revealing many questions relating to this functionality.
If you’re one of these people asking for help on this topic, you’ve come to the right place as we have finally found the solution in the form of a plugin aptly named Archives for a Category.
Would you like to import images from your Flickr account into your blog? That’s easy with the plugins we review today.
Learn how to implement a ‘Related Posts’ section on your blog posts, which helps in SEO and enhances the stickiness of your site. We examine several plugins to achieve this.
In this post we take a look at how Google Maps works and examine the best Google Maps plugins for WordPress.
How do we know that our WordPress system is running well and there are no problems vis-a-vis the hosting account?
Two plugins can help out in this task, let’s take a look at them.
Did you know that WordPress provides a number of debugging tools for you? These are especially useful for theme and plugin developers. We can also find some plugins which can be helpful in debugging our WordPress code. In this post we take a look at WordPress in-built features as well as some great plugins for debugging.
A handy option to have in WordPress pages is the ability to easily display subpages. The best plugin for this is Subpages Extended. With this plugin you can automatically display subpages list on empty pages, though it’s main power is the [subpages] shortcode.
WordPress is one of the world’s major blogging tools, and in this post we cover some plugins that help you create better content.
Call them content sliders, slideshows, rotating images, or anything you want, these effects are here to stay. They’re great at showcasing your portfolio or to highlight some of the best content on your WordPress blog or website.
Here’s a list of the best free and premium content slider and slideshow plugins available for your WordPress sites.