Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Creating an Advanced Password Recovery Utility
There may be times when you have a little rant of make a mistake in a post and want to exclude this from the in-built Wordpress search functionality. There is a way you can intercept the Wordpress search functionality</a> and exclude certain posts from being displayed. All you have to do is find out the post ID and add it to the following function in your functions.php file.
Reduce the number of MySQL queries by reorganising your code making it more efficient and much quicker with this tutorial.
A short tutorial/instructional explaining just how random the PHP rand() function is.
In this WordPress tutorial you will learn how to add target="_blank" to links from user comment and to author name link, so you can open these links in a new window.
How to Syndicate Content without Utilizing a News Feed
Learn how to use the TinyURL API and fetch shortened URLs on the fly with PHP.
Upload multiple files in one go using HTML5 instead of Flash.
Adding a jQuery Auto Complete to Your Google Custom Search Engine
This tutorial explains the basics of PHP Variables.
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