Tag: WordPress

In WordPress, Shortcode is special tags which specified within the [] brackets and use on the page, post, and widget.

The code is replaced with some other content when previewing the page.

It can also take parameters.

Shortcode is flexible and allows you to place it wherever you want.

In this tutorial, I will show how you can simply create Shortcode with or without parameters and use in WordPress.

How to Create custom Shortcode in WordPress

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Normally a WordPress theme shows the same sidebar content on each page or posts and not allow to define unique sidebars.

Sometimes you may want to display different sidebar according to the content to get more conversion from the page.

In this tutorial, I am using Content Aware Sidebars plugin to set up an entire sidebar that will populate with widgets and assign to posts and pages.

It’s pretty simple to use.

How to Display Different Sidebar on Specific Pages in WordPress

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A Sticky sidebar widget is a great option to highlight a widget. By doing this the widget will stick and float while scrolling the page.

This improves the conversion rate of the website.

Mainly the visitor doesn’t view the sidebar content but you can grab attention on it by making sticky some of the widgets like – newsletter, ads, etc.

In this tutorial, I am using  Q2W3 Fixed Widget plugin to make sticky sidebar widget.

How to make any widget sticky in WordPress sidebar

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In WordPress plugin are the tools that use to extend the functionality of the site. You can either create your own plugin or use the existing one.

There are thousands of free and paid plugins are available for the WordPress.

You can easily manage it from the Admin dashboard.

In this tutorial, I am discussing various ways to install the WordPress plugin and I am assuming that you have successfully installed the WordPress.

Different ways to install WordPress plugin

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You generally write your article and publish its right off, or if you write more than 3,4 posts a Day in this case you either schedule them or save it to the Draft. And publish it on the right time.

Why not use those completed or scheduled posts to shows as upcoming posts on your website. This lets the visitors know What is now coming next.

For this, I am using a SOUP – Show off Upcoming Posts Plugin which lists your future posts on the website. It uses your scheduled posts for listing.

I am assuming that you have already scheduled some of the completed posts if you don’t know how to do it you can check my earlier post – How to Schedule Posts in WordPress without plugin.

How to show Upcoming Posts in WordPress

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MailChimp is one of most popular email marketing service, it is used by many webmasters or bloggers to send an email update to their audience.

Adding subscription or signup form within the website allows readers to subscribe to the email list and get updates of website activities on regular basis.

In this tutorial, I will show how you can add MailChimp signup form with or without a plugin on your WordPress site.

How to Add MailChimp signup form to WordPress

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