Open Graph tags : Must-Have Social Meta Tags for Social Media Streams

Facebook introduced Open Graph in 2010. It promotes integration between Facebook and other websites by allowing them to become rich “graph” objects with the same functionality as other Facebook objects. Open graph meta tags allow you to control what content shows up when a page is shared on Facebook. We’ve all seen posts like these […]

How to find RSS feed of a particular website?

Not all websites/blogs have RSS feeds, but if they do, its easy to find the RSS Feed URL of those sites. If you want to do this through browser, press CTRL+U to view source, then CTRL+F to open find window and then just type in rss. RSS Feed url should appear immediately. It should look something like […]

Working with Rest API in WordPress

Start with installing a plugin WordPress REST API on your wordpress site Second, install Chrome Plugin called “POSTMAN” on your PC To access the JSon Open Postman with GET type : http://your-site-name/wp-json/wp/v2/ To view all posts GET http://your-site-name/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/ To view specific posts/pages, use its id GET http://your-site-name/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/<post id> GET http://your-site-name/wp-json/wp/v2/pages/<page id> Example : GET http://your-site-name/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/30 GET […]

How to Update Facebook and Twitter from your WordPress Blog

I wanted to find a way for WordPress users to update Facebook status and Tweeter at the same time. I did some research on google and found the trick Need : * WordPress * Twitterfeed (Use WordPress OpenID login) * Twitter * Facebook Updating Facebook directly from WordPress was a bit challenging. I found that […]

Upgrade from WordPress 2.5.x to WordPress 2.6 in easy steps

Step 1 : Backup your existing files of wordpress site . Step 2 : Backup your wordpress database. Step 3 : Deactivate your plugins. A plugin might not be compatible with the new version, so it’s nice to check for new versions of them and deactivate any that may cause problems. You can reactivate plugins […]

Sorry, that key does not appear to be valid

When trying to reset your WordPress blog password, have you seen the following message? Sorry, that key does not appear to be valid. This seems to be a bug in wordpress 2.5.1 Basically, it means that password recovery won’t always work and suggests the following workaround based on using phpmyadmin from cPanel in your hosting […]