WordPress: Take Control of Private Post Titles

WordPress gives us an easy built in way to hide certain posts or pages from non logged-in users, by simply marking the post status as private or password protected. When we do this, the title of the post or page will automatically be prefixed with “Private:” or “Protected:” In some cases this is no big deal, but sometimes we may want to prefix with something different, or nothing at all. Today we’ll see how we can take control of the matter. Read more WordPress: Take Control of Private Post Titles

WordPress: Tweaks For Good Theme Development – Part 1

WordPress has really made some huge leaps forward in recent versions making it a truly powerful content management system. Not coincidentally, WordPress custom theme design and development has really become a passion of mine… one of the fruits of which is a tried and true collection of customizations and tweaks I always start off with when creating a new custom theme for a client. In this post I’ll share some of them and explain a little about why I think they’re important. Read more WordPress: Tweaks For Good Theme Development – Part 1