‘Wordpress’ is renowned for allowing a generous selection of various feeds, whether it be ‘RSS’ or ‘ATOM’ or others, but it only comes with one basic feed option has default. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to have a separate feed for separate categories?
This hack makes WordPress display a category image next to posts.
Every category needs to have an *.png image named in accordance to the “nice name” of the category (if the category is called “Web Development”, the nice name would be “web-development” so the category image should be “web-development.png” and placed in the /wp-images folder in the root of a WordPress blog).
A “my-hacks.php” file must exist on the server of a WordPress installation. If one does not exist create one. Also, ensure that the “Use legacy my-hacks.php file support” checkbox is checked in Options > Miscellaneous in the admin area of wordpress.
Pre-Written Text On The WordPress ‘Write’ Page
I wanted to have some text at the bottom of ehttp://wordpresshero.com/wp-admin/post.php?action=edit&post=18&message=4
WordpressHero › Edit — WordPressvery page and thus have it prewritten in the ‘Write‘ section of my admin section of my WordPress blod. I did not want to have to go through the rigmoral of entering the same text everytime that I wanted to write a new post. I asked myself:
How could I do this?
I wanted to just show my ‘website news’ category in the root of my WordPress installation. But by default index.php shows the latest posts from all categories, this was not what I wanted. So how could I get what I want?