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First of all, thanks for the help aesqe - I've had to use it on 2 projects just since you posted this, its been a lifesaver. Im working on another project now where I need to use it - Im using a custom sort to sort by total votes from a post voting system - but I've run into a problem: The blog Im working on is a normal blog first and foremost - I only need to work with one category. All is going fine, except that I want to set the page per post value to 5 - whereas it is 10 on the rest of the blog. Hardcoding $ppp seems to work great at first - but in practice, it gets a little trickier.
Many WordPress themes, especially those with “magazine-like” layouts, use an image to represent each post. It might just be on the front page. It might be alone, or alongside an excerpt. Until now, there was no standardized way to do this. Many themes would require you to tediously enter a Custom Field with the value being the URL you wanted to use. Often you had to do cropping yourself.
The post manage page in WordPress shows you a list of posts with their details: title, author, categories, etc. These details give blog manager a quick summary view of the posts. Sometimes, you might want to add new custom column to this page, such as ‘Views’, ‘Ratings’ to see more statistics about posts, especially when you have installed the corresponding plugins. This article will show you how to do that. Suppose that we’re going to add a custom column ‘Views’ into post manage page.