This is a WordPress tip on how to show content exclusively on the home page. Some times you may want to show specific content – such as links to web resources, or text, only on the home page (front page) of your site. Here is how you do it.
WordPress software 3.3 – named “Sonny” in honor of the great jazz saxophonist Sonny Stitt has been released. This 3rd major iteration of WordPress brings with it a number of enhancements. The main ones are as follows.
You will find many articles on WordPress, Dokuwiki and other content management systems on this blog. It also contain good web design tips. This post consolidates all the articles related to content management systems, web designing, and web hosting in one place. Check them out !
Today when I visited this site, I got the shock of my life. Instead of my blog posts, what I saw was a static web page which stated that this site has been hacked. I immediately contacted my web hosting provider Bluehost.com and notified them of the same. Thankfully, Bluehost support staff were very quick in replying to my mail. They gave me tips to clean up my WordPress site and bring it online in the shortest possible time.
Today while I was upgrading my WordPress installation to version 2.9.1, the upgrade script exited prematurely showing a fatal error as follows :
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2516315 bytes) in wp-includes/http.php on line 1370
There is an easy fix for this fatal error. The WordPress fix is as follows :
Syntax Highlighting is a method of color coding the code syntax to make it more legible to the reader. For this you embed pieces of code into your website / blog where ever you need to highlight any code in your articles, and the syntax highlighter does the job.