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How To Remove Jetpack Related Posts From Custom Post Types

Since I’ve recently been working on the site, one of the problems I’ve had and been trying to fix is the related posts appearing on the WordPress Plugins. I’ve been looking at ways to try and improve them, as this area has the highest traffic on the site, and I’m looking to try and get people…

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How To Remove Jetpack Related Posts Nofollow Attribute

Recently I’ve had an issue on one site where the client requested all internal links on a site to be marked as dofollow. Most links within posts, pages and within sidebar plugins were fine, however problems arose when using the related posts plugin. We have been using the Jetpack Related Posts plugins mainly due to…

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How to Get The First Sentence of a WordPress Post

Recently there was an instance where I had to grab the first sentence of a WordPress post. Not the first X amount of words, but the first sentence. From the capital letter to the full stop. There are many simple ways detailed in many blog posts to change the excerpt length, but they’re generally limited…

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How To Disable The Gravity Forms Spam Filter

Okay, let me get it out there, I love Akismet. It has saved me so much time on the account I simply don’t have any reason to check spam. It’s truly something that you can set and forget, and really you should pay for it. Another great plugin you should pay for is Gravity Forms,…

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How To Ask For WordPress Plugin Reviews After a Week

One of the best models I think out there for asking for reviews is to produce an unobtrusive popup after a certain amount of days of using your software. I’ve seen it done before (the best example I find is the one used in the What The File plugin), and can lead to a lot of…

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How To Get More WordPress Plugin Reviews

One of the most frustrating things about WordPress and it’s open source nature is that it can set certain expectations. Anybody who has developed a premium plugin, theme or run a service will know the struggle that because WordPress is free, a section of users expect your time and your expertise for no reward. It’s…

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