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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 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.

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

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:

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

How to link a post title to an external link in WordPress

Hello. Today I’m going to show you how to how to link a post title to an external link in WordPress using the Page Links To plugin.

1. Install and activate the Page Links To plugin.

2. Then, create a new post or go to an existing one and you should see the meta box below the post editor.

3. Click on “A custom URL” and add the link of your choice, then save and publish your post.

Your post should now link to your custom URL, which should now look like this:

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

 

How to list future upcoming scheduled posts in WordPress

NOTE: This won’t work with all themes in WordPress.

Hello. Today I’m going to show you how to list future upcoming scheduled posts on WordPress using the “SOUP – Show off upcoming posts” plugin.

1. Install and activate the plugin.

2. Visit the “Widgets” page under “Appearance”.

3. Scroll down, look for the “Upcoming Posts” widget and add it to your sidebar.

4. Change the widget settings if you’d like and click “Save”.

5. Visit your WordPress site to see if the widget is working properly.

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