Paginate Your WordPress Site Without Plugins

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Paginate Your WordPress Site Without Plugins. Good pagination is very useful for allowing users to browse through your website. Rather than “previous” or “next” links. This is where another one of our code snippets for WordPress comes into play – it adds good pagination to your content. WordPress had a built-in function called paginate_links(),

Disable Search in WordPress

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How to Disable Search in WordPress Step 1: Disable Search Form To hide the search form with CSS, add the following code to your theme's style.css file or in the Customizer under Additional CSS: .search-form { display: none !important; } Step 2: Disable Search Widget Remove the Search widget from any of your

Show Popular Posts Without Plugins

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Show Popular Posts Without Plugins: This one is a little trickier. However, if you are not too keen on installing an extra plugin to showcase popular posts (say, you have limited server memory or disk space), follow this snippet. Remember lots of plugins is not always a good thing. They don’t always play nice

Allow Contributors to Upload Images in WordPress

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Allow Contributors to Upload Images in WordPress: By default, WordPress does not permit contributor accounts to upload images. You can, of course, promote that particular account to Author or Editor and this will give them the rights to upload and modify images. However, it will also grant them additional rights, such as the ability

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