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When you credit others materials links, you may want to add “nofollow” to the external links, you can do this manually, but if there are 100 links in one page, and you want to add the `rel=nofollow` and `target=_blank` to all your external links in older posts, how can you handle this?
Here is the solution!
WordPress SEO Plugin: “Nofollow for external link”
WordPress seo plugin
This cool plugin will automatically inserts `rel=nofollow` and `target=_blank` to all the external links into your website posts or pages.
Just simple, if you use this plugins,
target=_blank will be insert automatically, for all the external links of your website posts or pages.
rel=nofollowfor all the external link of your blog/website posts/pages.
target=_blankfor all the external link of your blog/website posts/pages.
- This plugins will not add
target=_blankany of the internal link of your blog/website posts/pages.
- If you already added
rel=dofollowto any post manually, this plugins will not add
rel=nofollowfor that post.
- If you already added
target=_blankto any post manually, this plugins will not add
target=_blankfor that post.
Download it here.
A lot guys ask me how to display the next post and previous post in the WordPress single.php template, also I have no idea, and I have searched for a long time and found a solution, which can help you display the next post in the same category. (The WordPress’ default next/previous functions seems useless these days, especially for the news, magazine WordPress themes!)
In fact, the WordPress has it’s own build in function, which can help you display the next post in the same category, you can check it out here.
Here is the code, copy and paste to your single.php
<?php next_post_link('%link', 'Next post in category', TRUE); ?> <?php previous_post_link('%link', 'Previous in category', TRUE); ?>
However, this function can’t work if you assign one post to multiple categories! Is there any ways to solve this problem? And most of the time, when you click one tag, then your site may list a lot posts under one tag, usually you need to click one link, then click another link, right? How can we just click the next link then we can see the next post?
What if the user came to that post from a tag page or from an author page? Wouldn’t it make more sense to display previous / next posts from that particular set?
O.K, here is the solution for these headache problems!
Here is an awesome plugin for you to use: that’s Smarter Navigation
Whenever a visitor goes to an archive page (category, tag, date, author, search etc.), the plugin notes which archive it is in a browser cookie, then you can click the next post link to view the next post under the same category or tag or search results!!!
How to use it?
Copy and paste the following php code to your single.php file
<?php previous_post_smart(); ?> <?php next_post_smart(); ?>
Really cool, right? Download it now!
One of my client’s site want to change it’s pages to posts, then he can categorize the posts, with category and tags, the posts made it easy to manage, especially when you have a lot posts. Today I will show you how to transfer your pages to posts or change your posts to pages in 2 ways.
1. Update your database.
Changing posts from pages is incredibly easy. All you have to do is run this short SQL query through PHPMyAdmin.
UPDATE wp_posts SET post_type = 'page' WHERE post_type = 'post'
As you can see from the above code, all content on WordPress is stored in one table, therefore you are simply changing the type of content from a post to a page. As you would expect, you can change content from pages to post in much the same way.
UPDATE wp_posts SET post_type = 'post' WHERE post_type = 'page'
The main limitation from using the above SQL command is that all pages would be converted into posts but would not have a category attached to them i.e. the post would be uncategorized.
2. Use WordPress Plugins.
Here is a great simple easy plugin which can help you change to posts to pages, or pages to posts, work with latest WordPress version, that’s pTypeConverter.
With the help of pTypeConverter, you can converts post types from one to another easily, that means no matter you want to change post to page or page to post, this plugin can do for you. This free WordPress plugin pTypeConverter allows you to easily convert any post type of a certain post to another in an easy to use interface. The plugin will let you change posts to pages and vice versa at the click of a button. It is WordPress 3.0 ready too so allows you to change posts into pages, attachments, revisions and navigation items. A pTypeConverter role capability prevents unwanted users from converting pages (i.e. only Administrators and Editors have this ability to begin with), which can be adjusted by using a Role Manager plugin. Enjoy.wordpress convert page to post,wordpress change post to page,wordpress change page type,wordpress change page to post in,wordpress change page to post,How to change a post to a page in WordPress,how to chang post to page on word press,convert all pages to posts in wordspress,changing posts to pages in WordPress,change wp posts to pages,change wordpress post to page,change wordpress post tio page,change page to post wordpress,can I change a page to a post in word ress
The BackupBuddy plugin from iThemes is really a fantastic WordPress backup and restore plugin, I really enjoyed this plugin, although this is a premium plugin, it DO save you a lot time backup and restore your site!
Do you backup your site frequently? How do you backup your site, and what tools you use? Before I use the BackupBuddy, I use free backup plugins, but all of them are just bakcup the database, how to backup the themes, plugins, and uploaded files are really a big problem for me. What I do is use FTP to donwload all of files and backup them on of local PC (you can follow this tutorial to learn how to backup your wordpress site. ). I’m not a Linux guru, I don’t know how to use SSH, VI etc, if you know SSH, VI, you can backup and restore sites just use commands! I met the BackupBuddy one years ago, and this cool plugin solved all my problems! I can use it to backup and restore all my sites files, and it will backup your site automatically.
Backup Buddy offers an all-in-one solution for backup, restore, and migration. Back up to your server, Amazon S3 or FTP account, or send backups by email. The single backup ZIP file created can be used with the import & migration script to quickly and easily restore your site on the same server or even migrate to a new host with different settings. Whether you’re an end user or a developer, this plugin will bring you peace of mind and added safety in the event of data loss.
Just set up your plugin, then it will help you back up your full site. When you want to restore your site, just upload the backed file and importbuddy, it will help you restore your full site automatically (including WordPress files, themes, plugins, uploaded files, database etc). I moved some sites from one server to another server some days ago, and it really blood easy!
You can download the backupbuddy plugin here
If you want to buy this wordpress backup plugin, you can use backup buddy coupon code to save.
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Have you backed up your WordPress based websites already? Do you want to backup all your site just some clicks, not only the themes you use, the plugins you use, the files you have uploaded, not only the database? If you want to backup you site easily, here is the solution.
Based on our experience, we knew a backup solution would need to:
1. Completely backup database and files
2. Be convenient to create
3. Provide quick and easily restoration
4. Be trustworthy and reliable
Some of you may use the most popular free WordPress backup plugin WP-DB-Backup, and previously, so do I, also I use the free WordPress backup plugin WP-DB-Backup. WP-DB-Backup allows you easily to backup your core WordPress database tables. You may also backup other tables in the same database. Each time, after I backed up my database, then I will download the files I have uploaded, backup the theme and plugins I use. If I want to restore the site, I need to upload and restore all files one by one. Yes, it seems easy, but time consuming! How do you think. When I meet the backupbuddy, this plugin let me FREE!
Here is the main menu of the backupbuddy, just some easy settings, you can backup all you site’s files, not only the database! BackupBuddy is the all-in-one solution for backups, restoration, and migration. The single backup ZIP file created can be used with the import & migration script to quickly and easily restore your site on the same server or even migrate to a new host with different settings. Whether you’re an end user or a developer, this plugin will bring you peace of mind and added safety in the event of data loss. The goal of this premium WordPress backup pluginis keeping the backup, restoration, and migration processes easy, fast, and reliable.
Please configure the following items on the BackupBuddy Settings page before getting started:
- Email notifications – This will enable status email notifications.
- ImportBuddy & RepairBuddy passwords – This will allow you to download these scripts.
- Perform a Full Backup by clicking `Full Backup` button on the Backup page. This backs up all files in your WordPress directory (and subdirectories) as well as the database. This will capture everything from the Database Only Backup and also all files in the WordPress directory and subdirectories. This includes files such as media, plugins, themes, images, and any other files found.
- Perform a Database Backup regularly by clicking `Database Backup` button on the Backup. The database contains posts, pages, comments widget content, media titles & descriptions (but not media files), and other WordPress settings. It may be backed up more often without impacting your available storage space or server performance as much as a Full Backup.
- Local backup storage directory: /home/myhai0/public_html/dobeweb/wp-content/uploads/backupbuddy_backups/
- Upload the backup file and ImportBuddy Script (obtained on the Backup & Restore page) to the root web directory of the destination server. Do not install WordPress on the destination server. The importbuddy.php script will restore all files, including WordPress.
- Create a mySQL database on the destination server.( Tutorial Video & Instructions Here )
- Navigate to importbuddy.php script in your web browser on the destination server. If you provided an import password you will be prompted for this password before you may continue.
- Follow the importing instructions on screen. You will be asked whether you are restoring or migrating.
There is no need to setting the Backups in the future, the plugin will backup you site automatically! Keep your data in a safe place!
Make sure your WordPress site is safe and secure with BackupBuddy. There’s never been a better time than now: