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By Jean-Baptiste Jung
Ever thought you could make some improvements to your RSS feed? Like letting it cover more (or less!) content?
WordPress needs no introduction in designing field.
In our previous articles on WordPress hacks, we discussed the incredible flexibility of WordPress, which is one of the biggest reasons for its popularity among bloggers worldwide. Custom fields in particular, which let users create variables and add custom values to them, are one of the reasons for WordPress’ flexibility. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of 10 useful things that you can do with custom fields in WordPress .
You guys have probably noticed [and hopefully found useful] my “Weekend Links” series that I post at the end of every week.
Not only once, it has been said that displaying full posts on your blog home page, category pages or archive pages increases the chance of being penalized for duplicate content. In WordPress, using post excerpts has proven to be a good alternative, but one that has its downsides: You lose control over text formatting; Images won’t be displayed; If you don’t take time to write them yourself, WordPress might not select the most appropriate fragments; Readers might not be convinced to further click, if the excerpt is not attractive enough.
WordPress needs no introduction.
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