Making sure WordPress only creates the RSS feeds you want, the way you want them, and at the URLs you want them to be is not very straightforward, but it is possible.
The search form in the default WordPress 3 theme doesn’t suit everybody’s taste. Luckily there are many, many ways of customising it.
If privacy is important to you or your clients and you want to work with WordPress, there are a number of things you need to do to prevent your development site from disclosing potentially sensitive information.
Two different approaches to taking control of the HTML created by the wp_list_pages function in WordPress.
Names of WordPress Custom Post Types need to be shorter than 20 characters or the “Publish” button will be replaced by a “Submit for Review” button.
By default, WordPress 3.0 will output the containing element for previous/next post links even when there is no previous or next post to link to. But there is an easy fix for this, and it also gives you total control of the markup.
WordPress likes to put title attributes on just about every link it outputs, which can be annoying and cause accessibility issues. Here is one way of removing them.
WordPress seems to like absolute URLs. For reasons of portability, download size, and general code neatness, I like root relative URLs. Here is how I make WordPress agree with me.
How to make WordPress output a basic submenu that only expands the subtree that the current page is in and stops at the current page’s children.
Sharing some WordPress tips and tricks that I have had to search for or come up with myself to get the CMS to behave the way I want it to.