1. WordPress DIY: Adding Syntax Highlighting to your WordPress Blog Without using an External Plugin

    Just as my other articles in WordPress DIY series, this one also focuses on doing everything yourself by writing the code rather than using any external dependencies. There are two popular open source implementations of Syntax Highlighting JavaScript libraries: Google's Prettify and Alex Gorbatchev's Syntax Highlighter, and in this article …

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  2. Wordpress DIY: Adding Google Analytics Script to your Blog Without using an External Plugin

    Adding a custom script element to your Wordpress blog is really straightforward if you know what you are doing and there isn't any need to install a third-party plugin for this.

    Now, for something like spam protection (Akismet) or adding contact forms (Contact Form Seven), its quite understandable, but if …

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  3. Some Wordpress tips and tricks

    Wordpress is a universally recognized and robust blogging platform written in the PHP language. Below are a bunch of Wordpress tricks that I've learned during my deployments, and I'd like to share with you.

    1. Change breadcrumbs to start from "Home" instead of \<Site-Title> (Works for Mantra theme): When I …

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  4. Wordpress installation quick-start guide

    Wordpress is a blogging platform that is very easy to use, but involves many configuration trivia which may become overwhelming, unless organized and documented somewhere. Based on my experience of setting up this website, here are the things that I had to keep in mind to get it up and …

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