We’ve been writing our Daily Tip blog for more than a year now. For our daily readers, you’ll remember a few of these and maybe you’ve even bookmarked a few. If you’re just joining us, this is a great summary of some of our most popular Daily Tip articles, based on Google Analytics traffic records. Here’s a countdown of our top 20 hits.
The MultiPost MU plugin has always been a very popular plugin for Multisite WordPress networks, even before the merge in 3.0. This tip points you to the latest version and explains how useful it is for posting across your network.
A very common task when setting up a WordPress site is the removal of the “powered by WordPress” text in the footer. This tip gives you a few easy options for removing it.
This tip shows you how to remove the WordPress logo and add your own logo to create a fully customized login for your WordPress site. It takes very little time but can make a big impact on how your users view your brand.
The TwentyTen CRM Theme for WordPress is a very valuable find if you intend to transform your site into a fully functional CRM. It has built-in taxonomies and custom meta boxes to collect relevant data. It also displays the data in a useful Dashboard page template. You’ll want to get your hands on this if you intend to use a CRM for WordPress.
Since the WordPress.org TwentyTen theme does not come with a custom taxonomy template. That’s why Jeffikus, one of the developers on the WooThemes team, created a free generic custom taxonomy template for anyone to use. Check out this daily tip for more details.
Here’s a tip that solves a very common fatal error experienced by WordPress users upgrading to 3.0. If you are struggling with an Exhausted Memory Size, follow this tip to a solution.
This tip details the correct way, according the WordPress codex, to add a Favicon to your WordPress site in two easy steps.
Copyrights are worth protecting on your WordPress site and this tip can help you keep your content secure by showing you how to disable right-clicking on your WordPress blog.
This is a quick tutorial for adding post thumbnails to your WordPress theme so that you can display featured images on your homepage or within any other template.
Post thumbnails come in any size that you want to specify. This tip received a ton of hits because it shows you how to quickly and easily adjust the default post thumbnail size to create the design of your dreams.
Enabling Multisite for WordPress is quite a process and can be intimidating for some users. This daily tip points you to a plugin that lets you complete the process in one click, which makes it easier than ever for the average user to get a multisite network up and running.
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