About Briley Kenney

Briley writes for several online publications and websites such as Uberoid, The TechLabs, and BlackberryRocks.

in WordPress Tutorials

In an effort to boost RSS readers and subscribers it might be beneficial to sometimes release an RSS exclusive post that doesn’t show up on a blogs home page or in regularly scheduled postings. This would basically provide followers with a great reason to subscribe to an RSS feed, especially if they are fans of the blog in question. However in order to take advantage of this feature we need to install the Advanced Category Excluder. This plugin basically uses categories and the related list to hide and include posts in certain areas of a blog or website. Through categories, […]

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Sometimes blogs can take an extended period of time to load, especially when there’s a lot of hosted content or media to process. One way to fight this problem is to host images and content elsewhere, and only host text and simple information on the blog in question. But this method can be quite troublesome, and can have dire consequences especially if the externally hosted content is on a timed hosting plan. The best way to load an extensive directory on a normal computer is to use a backup cache. Every installed hard drive sets aside a certain amount of […]

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Most sites allow visitors the option to print content easily and efficiently. They do this by offering a print only version or style sheet so that extra advertisements and excess web content doesn’t appear on the printed copy. If a print version style sheet is coded correctly the blog or website header, footer and sidebars can be excluded as well as a lot of extra and unnecessary content. The trick is to create the print style sheet from a basic template of your WordPress enabled blog or site. The reason not to use a plugin is because you can style […]

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No one likes blatant advertising models, which is why annoying pop-ups and similar ads that stalk a visitor around a site are never a good idea. In some cases such persistent advertising can scare away potential readers and visitors. Unfortunately advertising is a necessity and is essential for generating a steady revenue. There is a new form of advertising that is small, inobtrusive and highly visible. It’s called a stripe ad and it appears at the very top of the website just above the header. It’s thin, easily accessible and doesn’t appear to stalk anyone- no matter where they navigate […]

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Sometimes it’s a bad idea to throw your readers right into the fray and expect them to find their way. Especially if your blog publications are in a properly ordered series, it might be a bad idea to link visitors directly to the recent posts page. WordPress automatically defaults to the recent posts page as the front page for any WordPress enabled site. But it is possible to define a completely separate front page for visitors to land on. This is confirmed working on WordPress version 3.0 and above, older versions untested. Create Some New Pages Before selecting a new […]