Useful SEO Plugin: Add “nofollow” to All Your External Links

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

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, rel=nofollow and target=_blank will be insert automatically, for all the external links of your website posts or pages.

Features

  • Add rel=nofollow for all the external link of your blog/website posts/pages.
  • Add target=_blank for all the external link of your blog/website posts/pages.
  • This plugins will not add rel=nofollow and target=_blank any of the internal link of your blog/website posts/pages.
  • If you already added rel=dofollow to any post manually, this plugins will not add rel=nofollow for that post.
  • If you already added target=_blank to any post manually, this plugins will not add target=_blank for that post.

Download it here.
nofollow-for-external-link

WordPress: How to Fix the Problem with Image Captions after 3.7 Upgrade

If you have upgraded to the latest WordPress v3.7, you may meet the image caption problem in the visual editor, this  is a particularly nasty bug that affects working with image captions in the visual editor. It was caused by a regression in Uglify.js.

Problem with WordPress Image Caption
Problem with WordPress v3.7 Image Caption

New captioned image inserted into the Visual Editor produces a huge data-mce-style width (10000px+) moving the inserted image out of the editor viewable area.

The problem will be fixed in the next version V3.7.1, If you don’t want to wait for the auto-update, you can download the following  tinymce folder, unzip it and replace your old tinymce folder.

I have tested it and it worked.

wp-includes/js/tinymce

Download the tinymce

don’t forget to refresh the browser cache.

New Beautiful Photo WordPress Theme for Photo Sites – Full Frame

The Full Frame is a brand new premium WordPress theme which is perfect for photography/portfolio related websites, no matter you’re a photographer or a just a photo lover, you can try this for your photo portfolio blog!

Full Frame photo wordpress theme
Full Frame photo wordpress theme

Full Frame is a post-format-loving WordPress theme for showcasing images, galleries and videos. Tell stories and present your work in a unique way.

RESPONSIVE

Full Frame adapts to different screen sizes so that your website will work (and be optimized for) iPhones, iPads, Android and other mobile devices.

LIVE THEME CUSTOMIZATION

Preview your theme customization changes instantly on the page before saving. Change colors, fonts, logos, header images and add custom CSS.

CUSTOM HEADERS AND BACKGROUNDS

The featured image of each post becomes that post’s background image on home and archive pages. You can optionally add a custom header image, logo, and site description to create a custom header area that will sit above the navigation menu on all pages.

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How to Add “nofollow” to WordPress Menu Links

The “nofollow” plays a very important role in the “SEO”, some of you may don’t know how to add “nofollow” to the WordPress menu links, some of you may don’t use the WordPress menu, however, for most of us now use WordPress menu, in this tutorial, I will show you a very simple and easy way to add the “nofollow” to specific items using the new wp_nav_menu() function, then you can add “nofollow” to any of the links in the menu!

By default, WordPress menus don’t have the ability to add “nofollow” to the link items, but WordPress 3.0+ has the functionality built in.

Steps:

  1. Go WordPress admin Panel;
  2. Click Appearance – Menus;
  3. Click the “Screen Options” tab on the top right;
    Screen Options
    Screen Options

     

  4. Check the “Link Relationship (XFN) box

    Link Relationship (XFN) box
    Link Relationship (XFN) box
  5. Enter “nofollow” as the Link Relationship (XFN)

    Enter nofollow as the Link Relationship
    Enter nofollow as the Link Relationship
  6. Then save the menu. That’s it!

Do you know how to add nofollow to the WordPress menu links now? If you have any questions on WordPress, don’t hesitate asking us.

Responsive Web Design Gallery

30 Great Responsive Web Design Examples
Day by day, the number of devices, platforms, and browsers that need to work with your site grows. Responsive web design represents a fundamental shift in how we’ll build websites for the decade to come. Responsive Web design is in its early stages, as Web designers look for solutions as they serve content for large screens and portable devices alike. If you are looking for some great sites that created with responsive designs, here are 30 cool websites that with responsive designs. Click the images to view the websites.

Simon Collison

Responsive Web Design Examples

Andersson-Wise Architects

Responsive Web Design Examples

Stephen Caver

Responsive Web Design Examples

Sparkbox

Responsive Web Design Examples Continue reading “Responsive Web Design Gallery”

How to Display The Next Post/ Previous Post In The Same Category or Tag

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!)

next-post-previous-post
next-post-previous-post

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!