I was searching desperately for a solution for creating a custom WordPress feed that excluded two categories that would be used to offer a unique Feedburner
feed to readers. I found posts that explained how to exclude categories globally, but that wasn't relevant since these categories still needed to be available to readers ...
We often find ourselves looking for the best and easiest way to exclude categories or pages from the navigation menu, the WordPress loop, the category list, the feed, the search, and/or the archive. It's so easy to forget one of these elements and accidentally let that category slip into the blogstream. We actually wrote ...
The WP-Sticky WordPress plugin
allows you to easily choose to "stick" certain posts at the top of your blog. This can also be done via code, as I explained in a post a few months ago where I
I've never come across a situation where I would need this feature, but I'd like to have this on record in case it ever comes up. Mike has developed a WordPress plugin, Themed Categories
that allows the user to select different uploaded themes for different categories. According to the ...
There are many situations where you want to make sure that certain categories only appear on some pages, and not on others. Here are a few WordPress plugins that can help you do this without having to hack your template files:
Front Page Excluded Categories WordPress plugin
- this plugin ...
You may want to display posts from a specific category on the homepage or other pages of your site. For example, you might want to have a box that displays the latest three posts from your News category, or have links to your latest podcasts....
To get a post from a specific category to appear at the top of the page above the rest of the posts, and to only change when a new post from that particular category is added, use the following code:
<?php /*?><?php $my_query = new WP_Query('category_name=featured&showposts=1');
while ($my_query->have_posts()) : $my_query->the_post();
$do_not_duplicate = $post->ID;?>
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allows you to give different styles to different categories in a range of ways. You can style a category page: this means that every category page can have its own unique style. For example, let's say you have a site about vegetables, where every vegetable is a category. You can style ...