How to install WordPress using the web interface [step-by-step]

In this Set WordPress how-to article, I am going to cover the step-by-step process to successfully install WordPress using the web interface. You are going to learn how to create the database that will store all the WordPress data and other configuration, and I am going to go through the famous 5 minutes WordPress installation process. Most web […]

Download WordPress 3.3 Beta 1 and get to know what is new

Download WordPress 3.3 beta 1 now from WordPress.org. Just remember that is a beta tester release, you shouldn’t use an update in a live production environment. This is just a “get to know what is new and play” version! You are encouraged to report any bugs if you find one, and if you are a developer, please […]

How to fix WordPress white screen of death caused by WP-Super-Cache plugin

In this Set WordPress how-to, I am going share the way I fixed the WordPress white screen of death caused by WP-Super-Cache. This is something that no one wants to run in to, not in the middle of the night when there is not much traffic, neither in the afternoon when tons of people are […]

How to remove first image from WordPress posts

In this article you are going to find the step-by-step process to remove the first image from WordPress posts. Each website is different, to find the optimal spot to place an image or an ad to capture the visitor’s attention is a challenge, and this also involves a lot of testing. But… what happens when you have published […]

WP Mobile Detector WordPress plugin – Show visitors the right theme for the right device

WP Mobile Detector is a WordPress plugin that will automatically detect what type of device the visitor is using, e.g., smart phone or standard mobile phone and, depending which one it is, the plugin will load and display the right WordPress theme. WP Mobile Detector is able to recognize over 5,000 different mobile phones. It […]

Top 10 WordPress features you should be using [Video]

Top 10 WordPress features you aren’t using — but should be! This is the name of this WordCamp 2011 video. It is about 27 minutes long, but it is worth watching. Working for so long, or at least more than a year, we all may think that we know everything about WordPress, but in reality […]

Widget Context WordPress plugin let you control the visibility of widgets

Widget Context allows you to specify where WordPress widgets are going to be visible in your website’s sidebar, for example, show certain widgets per specific posts, only in the homepage, categories, tags, or archive pages and so on.  This is a great plugin that you can utilize when you only want to display certain ad size in […]