Tag Archives: wordpress

How to add a YouTube Subscribe button in WordPress

Hello. Today I’m going to show you how to add the YouTube Subscribe button to your WordPress site.

1. Visit the YouTube subscribe button page on the Google Developer website. Click on “Configure a button” in the left sidebar of the page.

2. Enter your channel name and choose the settings you want (for this tutorial I’m using the name of my YouTube channel), then copy the code.

3. In the sidebar of the WP admin dashboard hover over “Appearances” and in the drop-down click on “Widgets”.

4. In the “Widgets” page, drag the “Text” widget to your primary sidebar, paste the YouTube Subscribe button code inside the widget and click “Save” .

5. Now visit your WordPress site to see if the code worked.

Thank you for taking this tutorial and I’ll see you guys later.

How to exclude specific categories from WordPress RSS feed using plugin

Hi. Today I’m going to show you how to exclude specific categories from the WordPress RSS feed using a plugin.

1. Install and activate the following plugin.

2. Now hover over “Settings” and click on “Category Excluder”.

3. In the options page for the plugin, select the category you want to exclude.

4. Now click “Update” and the category you selected should now be excluded from the RSS feed.

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How to show total number of registered users in WordPress using plugin

Hello today I’m going to show you how to show the total number of registered users in WordPress using the “Simple Blog Stats” plugin.

1. Install and activate the plugin.

2. Hover over “Settings” and in the drop-down click on “Simple Blog Stats”.

3. In the settings page, click the “Shortcodes” tab and scroll down to the “number of users” row.

4. Copy the short code or HTML and click on “Save Settings”.

5. Paste the short code or HTML into a WordPress post or page, and it should now look like this:

(The number on the bottom left is the short code.)

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How to paginate comments in WordPress

Hi. Today i’m going to show you how to paginate comments in WordPress.

1. In the left sidebar of the admin dashboard, hover over “Settings” and click on “Discussion”.

2. In the “Discussion Settings” page look for the “Break comments into page” section.

3. Now select the number of comments you want on each page (you can change how you can display them if you want).

4. Click “Save Changes” and your comments should now be paginated.

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How to disable the Screen Options button in WordPress using plugin

Hello. Today I’m going to show you how to disable the Screen Options button in WordPress using the “Adminimize” plugin.

1. Install and activate the plugin.

2. Hover over “Settings” and click on “Adminimize” to go to the plugin configuration page.

3. Click on “Global Options”, which should take you to the following section below:

4. In the aforementioned section, check mark the boxes next to “Screen Options”.

5. Click on “Update Options” and the “Screen Options” button should now be disabled.

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How to display author’s Twitter and Facebook on the profile page using plugin

Hello. Today I’m going to show you how to display the author’s Twitter and Facebook in WordPress using the Author Bio Box plugin.

1. Install and activate the plugin.

2. Hover over “Settings” and in the drop-down click “Author Bio Box” which should take you to the plugin’s config page.

3. Select where you want to display the box, change background color, etc., then click the “Save Changes” button at the bottom.

4. Go to the “All Users” page, and click “Edit” below a user account.

5. Scroll down to the “Contact Info” section and enter your Facebook or Twitter URL.

6. Click on “Update Profile” and go to one of the WordPress posts by the following user and you should now see the Bio Box at the bottom of the post complete with icons.

Thank you for reading this tutorial and I’ll see you guys later.

How to change the default Gravatar in WordPress

Hello. Today I’m going to show you how to change the default Gravatar in WordPress.

1. Hover over “Settings” and in the drop-down click “Discussion”.

2. In the “Discussion” page scroll down to the “Avatar” section below.

3. Select the avatar of your choice (I’ll be using the generated Retro avatar as an example).

4. Click “Save Changes”.

5. Your avatar should now look different.

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How to add an author info box in WordPress posts using plugin

Hello. Today I’m going to show you how to add an author info box in WordPress Posts using a plugin.

1. Install and activate the Guerrilla’s Author Box plugin.

2. Hover over “Users” and click on “All Users”.

3. In the “All Users” page, click below the user you want to edit.

4. In your profile page, add in your biographical info and such and click on “Update Profile” below.

5. Now go to any one of the WordPress posts you created and your info box should look like this:

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How to add the Skype share button in WordPress

Hi. Today I’m going to show you how to add the Skype share button in WordPress using the plugin of the same name.

1. Install and activate the plugin.

2. On the left sidebar in the admin dashboard, hover over “Settings” and in the drop-down click “Skype share button”.

3. In the config page, click the check mark next to “Enable share button”, then select the button size and location of your choice.

4. Click on “Save Changes”.

5. Go to your WordPress site/blog to see the share button in action.

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How to disable the search feature in WordPress

Hello. Today I’m going to show you how to disable the search feature in WordPress using the Disable Search plugin.

1. Install the Disable Search plugin.

2. Click on Activate and the Search feature should now be disabled.

3. Go to your WordPress site and try to enter a search URL, and you should get the following error page as seen below:

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