Locked out of your WordPress website? No worries. This article explains how a server administrator can either force reset a user’s WordPress password or create a new WordPress admin user with a brand new password. Database and FTP methods are described.
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.
This WordPress Password Hash Generator uses the official WordPress hashing function wp_hash_password() behind the scenes. With this tool, you can convert a password to its hash code (or hash sum or checksum), which can then be used to set a new password directly in the WordPress MySQL database.
This code sample is for developers who use Yoast SEO plugin on their blog and want to publish a post using PHP code. It’s a quick copy and paste method to update Yoast SEO fields.
WordPress provides a private feature that allows you to hide specific posts and pages from the public. Private posts and pages are only visible to the site administrator(s) and other editors. What if you wanted to make only parts of a post hidden? Let’s say you added notes within a post that you want to be visible in the back end text editor but hidden from readers of the article. This article describes two SEO friendly ways you can do this.
Do you have guest writers on your WordPress site? If so, they’re most likely set to the contributor role. The problem with the default contributor role however, is that it does not allow the contributors to upload images or any other kind of media. This means they would have to write text only articles or contact you first if they must use images. This article discusses two ways you can get around this limitation without needing to promote the contributors to higher privileges.
Premium WordPress themes have far more quality than free themes you randomly find on the Internet. Not only are free themes less quality, but they are also susceptible to most scripted hacks. This article covers 5 reasons why you want to stick with premium WordPress themes instead of free options.