Custom Recent Posts Widget WordPress Plugin

Did you remember my old post about excluding categories in WordPress recent posts widget? It is still one of the easiest methods to exclude categories in wordpress recent posts widget. But it needed some coding knowledge. Well.. I’ve developed a plugin for that purpose …

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How to change WordPress Password using phpMyAdmin

Sometimes the Lost Password retrieval tool in WordPress doesn’t work due to an error in your host. In that case, phpMyAdmin helps you to change the wordpress user password by editing the database. phpMyAdmin is a free software tool written in PHP, intended to handle the administration of MySQL …

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Graphene Custom Slider Excerpt Length

Sometimes View full post button go out of the Graphene Slider due to increased excerpt length. Default excerpt length in WordPress is 55 words. You can override this by using a plugin or custom excerpt length function. But it affects the excerpt everywhere. So, here is a function which affects only the Graphene Slider excerpt …

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Twitter has 140 character limit. Really?!

Tweet containing more than 140 characters. Click to enlarge image

Twitter has a 140 character limit for tweets. Well, look at this tweet, and count the letters! It has more than 140 characters. So, what’s the hack behind this? (Click on the below image to enlarge it) Embedded original tweet. It was retweeted more than 38883 times!

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Goodbye Dravid

Dear Rahul, This is not going to be easy. But I will try. One sentence at a time. Congratulations. Is that appropriate? That’s what people at work say when someone quits. And, despite the anguish surrounding your decision, this is supposed to be a happy day. At least I would like to think …

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