Content management systems have the ability to maintain multiple user and admin accounts. Sometimes, it becomes necessary to deny users access to their accounts. This post explains options available to you in WordPress and the pros and cons of each.
WordPress is by far the most popular content management system in the world. So, naturally, I love it and have quite a bit to say about it. My WordPress posts may be slightly biased towards code hacks (as opposed to simpler configuration tweaks), but well, I'm a software guy... So, no apologies.
While the Jetpack Publicize feature is a really handy and time saving feature for blog posts, it is probably not such a great idea for WooCommerce products. This post contains a quick functions.php code snippet that helps disable Jetpack Publicize only for WooCommerce Products.
Trying to change your WordPress admin email but not receiving the confirmation email needed to verify the change? No worries. I had the same problem but found a quick workaround. It doesn’t require messing with your database or phpMyAdmin either.
If you use the a3 Lazy Load WordPress plugin with a Genesis theme, you may notice an issue with lazy loading of Genesis archive images. Single post images are lazy loaded correctly. Images on archive pages are not. Here’s the code to fix this issue.
By default JetPack adds a nofollow attribute to all links in the related posts section. You can use this PHP code snippet to remove/disable this nofollow attribute.
The developers of the JetPack WordPress plugin decided to put a layer above the featured image thumbnails of “related posts”. This gives the images a faded look which you may not like. The CSS snippet shared here will help you disable this feature.