The interface of withdrawal formats of WordPress 3.6

Due to the delays that version 3.6 of WordPress is suffering, mainly because of the enormous work to launch efficiently and without cracks the new interface of input formats in the editor, it is delayed for a later version this announced novelty of WordPress 3.6 .

WordPress 3.6 was already being delayed too much so a few minutes ago it was announced that the incorporation of the visual interface of input formats is delayed , which can be incorporated by means of a plugin, something similar to what is being done with MP6 .

Personally, since you ask me ( ah, you have not asked me! same, I say ) is that should stay like this, how plugin, but hey, that's another question that we discussed days ago .

The good news is that WordPress 3.6 will be available very soon once removed Ada this functionality. I'll let you know when I know a specific date.

Visual story of WordPress growth

My mouth hurts to remember and give figures about tremendous growth and popularity of WordPress but there is no better way to check it than to see it in a single image.

By courtesy of we have this graph that shows, next to the curve of other CMS how Joomla, Drupal or Blogger, the different major versions of WordPress in a timeline where you can clearly see the growth and popularity of WordPress .

Avoid Google+ authoring attempts in comments • WordPress Help

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<p> Lately it has been detected <strong> a practice of SEO </strong> by which there are users who, for <strong> obtain semantic positioning </strong> in topics on those who want to position <strong> post comments on successful blogs and, in the URL field, put the link to their Google+ profile </strong>. </p>
<p> Then <strong> they add the aforementioned blog to their Google Plus profile as if they were collaborators </strong>and if <a href= is not well defined the authorship of the real author Google may consider that the text is his instead of the original author.

All this comes from that the recent updates of Google (Panda and Penguin) prioritize the semantics of content at the time of position a user profile as an expert on specific issues so that if " demonstrates "being relevant in a knowledge niche will propel you into your search results."

In fact, if you perform this action systematically, in all articles of the blog, you will get " convince "to Google that they are the creators of the content of it .

Awesome right? Well, it's happening.

Fortunately you can disable this possibility by a simple plugin that just came to light which blocks the ability to post links to Google+ profiles in comments .

When someone puts a link to their profile in the URL field Google+ removes the yp link Upload the comment, but without the URL. It has no settings, you activate it and ready.

If you prefer to add this utility on your own you can add the following code to your own plugin functions :

So you know, beware of the hustlers who want to appropriate the search engine positioning of your content.

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Hundreds of thousands of blogs migrate from Tumblr to WordPress • WordPress Help

At a rate of more than 70,000 migrations per hour the announcement of Tumblr's sale to Yahoo seems to have caused a massive flight of Tumblr users towards WordPress .

The recent purchase of Tumblr microblogging service by Yahoo one of the most expensive in history, does not seem to have convinced many users who, in a massive way, seem to be migrating towards WordPress as an alternative to continue posting on their blogs.

Fortunately migrating from Tumblr to WordPress is extremely simple, since every installation of WordPress incorporates an importer from Tumblr that effectively migrates the content:
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Miniature related entries without plugins

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The related entries are a great way to attract your readers to other topic-related publications similar, increasing the fidelity and permanence in your web of visitors so it is a fundamental and almost obligatory element anywhere.

If we add an attractive image thumbnail that will give you greater visibility to related entries better than better, right?

Well, how we have seen other times how to display entries related to code or one of the best plugins for ] show miniature related entries today we curl the curl and join both possibilities.

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<p> To show miniature-related entries without plugins there are <a href= 3 fundamental steps namely …

1. Add thumbnail support to the theme

This we have already seen several times but we review it in case you have not already added it. To do this, add the following line to the file functions.php of your theme, with which we add support for input thumbnails:

And besides, it is always convenient to define the miniature sizes adapted as best as possible to the design:

From there you just have to remember that in each entry define a " Featured image " from the "meta box" of the editor so named.
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2. Add the code to the loop

In the loop of the file single.php we must add the code that will show the related entries. The ideal site would be before the call to comments which you will identify by the following code:

The code would look something like this: