Add Custom Headers to your WordPress.org plugins

Matt Mullenweg announced few days ago that, plugin authors will be able to put custom headers on their plugin pages. Soon the geeks across the globe got started with designing and customizing their header images. Developers are happy as they have got an opportunity for a little branding. Our creative heads from rtCamp too got […]

Equal Height and Width for WordPress Widgets Using JQuery

There are situations when a developer needs to set equal height and width to child div’s that contain dynamic content. I came across such a situation, in which I had to place more than one widget in a single horizontal row. If I applied static heights and widths to the divs, there was a possibility […]

[How-To] Share your Facebook Photos on WordPress Blog

Facebook has become the place of interest for internet users to hang around, play games, network, share photos and more. It’s quite a common trend that everyone uploads their pictures on Facebook. If you are willing to show those photos on your WordPress powered blog, this is the right tutorial for you. 🙂 Get the […]

Add custom CSS classes to wp_nav_menu’s HTML output using WordPress filters

WordPress has a great feature called ‘filter’ with which we can add our own classes to nav menu items.  Most times you need to add classes in nav menu items on some conditions. For example, in menu you have ‘sample ‘ category item. You have to add class to this item if your single post […]

WordPress Installation For Media Temple Webserver

In this tutorial we are going to see how WordPress is installed on a Media Temple Domain. It is a pretty simple task, and can be completed by following a few easy steps. Follow these steps for installation : Login to your Media Temple account. Go to your primary domain and select domain.com (gs) Grid-Service […]

Install WordPress On Bluehost Web Server

Like all other web hosting servers we can install WordPress on BlueHost in few easy steps. It will also install a database for the blog. Follow these steps to install WordPress : Login to BlueHost Cpanel. Then go to the menus, where you will find Software / Services. Click on the WordPress icon. After that it […]