Permalinks are URLs to your categories, posts, archives, pages and so on. These URLs are extremely search index friendly. These links should never change and are used for sharing your content. A typical example reads like this: http://example.com/my-first-post.
When you add a new post, keep it in your mind that permalink should be meaningful and must match with your post metadata. In the following image (Fig Chap1C Permalink) you can see how it works.
In the left sidebar of your dashboard if you click on settings, it opens up and shows Permalink. Click it and select ‘Post name’ and save it. This will be much more user and search engine friendly. The permalink settings will allow you to select the default, numeric, custom, day and name, month and name structure. But once you select ‘Post name’, it will remain tagged with your every post. Once it has been saved, you need not bother about your future post URLs. When you save your permalink settings, WordPress tries to modify the .htaccess file in your root directory. This happens because the WordPress is internally structured like that. As a beginner you need not worry about what is happening in the backyard. All you know that file permissions make the life of .htaccess file easier so that WordPress can automatically update this file.
Theme is big thing in WordPress. It has its own rules. If you knew CSS, it would be easier to develop your own theme. If not? What will you do? The rule applies to all the beginners. Take the safest route. Select any available theme from WordPress collection. Get it installed and activate. Probably you would have a theme that reflects your story so don’t worry about theme development. WordPress will take care about it.
In general every theme has a screenshot that shows how the link looks like. It has author name and other detail. In the developer part I will show you how few rules automatically make it easy to add those functionalities to your own theme.
Screenshot also has two buttons: one is activation and the other is preview. Before activating your theme you can have a nice preview of how your web site will look like in real time.
Chemistry of WordPress: Theme Lab
The installation of theme requires few other actions that will follow shortly. You would have probably noticed a Sub Panel under Appearance Panel. It reads as themes, customize, widgets, menus and editor. You have already known few tricks about theme. Now it is time to consider about the others.
First, customize section.
Customization takes care of how you can dynamically add title, tagline, change header image, static front page and many more. You probably notice that WordPres always has two options ready. One is for the beginner who without knowing a single line of coding can develop her site and the other one is for the developer who will change the code for getting desired result.
After managing content in your post, it is most challenging to tackle the media. Media means not only images but video also. You can manage it via the media Library Sub Panel. Here you can manage all media uploaded to your WordPress web site.
If you are habituated with the FTP client, please remember that media file uploaded through FTP client would not show up in your WordPress post. You have to upload it through the visual editor in your post.
If you know some HTML coding then you may try some coding and embed a post from popular image service like FLICKR or you can embed your video from YOU TUBE. In the intermediate section coding standard and style is discussed in detail.
There are many advantages of using WordPress as a CMS and framework. But before creating a simple blog or web application, you need to consider few things. What is your exact requirement? Does WordPress fulfil this criteria?
This is a guide for a blogger who want to develop into a WordPress developer. I hope this title of book is dreadfully straightforward to suggest what I mean. You may ask, why did I choose the term blogger? Is this book not for all?
Yes, it is for all. Actually the very term blogger is deeply associated with WordPress but I seriously try to attack that old myth. There is a term called ‘pointer’ in C programming language. You may find something similar in PHP which is called ‘reference’ though reference does not act like pointer. But with the term ‘blogger’ I point to the memory address of all people who want to learn and analyse WordPress critically and thereby implement it in a useful manner.
Suppose as an administrator, you are about to edit a post from a user who has been logged in and editing that post at the same time. WordPress tackles that critical state showing that end user is editing. Here is the magic of WordPress that really saves your time alerting you about the current state of your application.
Whether a user logs in or not can be decided after two main reasons.
Firstly, if you don’t want to use log in controls in your page, you can set a variable websiteloginstatus. When the user want to log in, username and password is correct, the websiteloginstatus will be settled to true. But it has some pros and cons.
Secondly you can use log in controls in your page; in that case you can use LoginStatus Control to check whether a user is logged in or not.
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