Don't lose visitors to sites you're linking to!
You could check all your external site links to ensure they will open in a new tab/window…
You can load this plugin and select the setting to have all external links open in a new tab/window — and it's set for good.
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The external links plugin for WordPress lets you process outgoing links differently from internal links.
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Is your WordPress database larger than it needs to be? Perhaps you’re moving to a new server and having trouble uploading the database because it’s too large?
If you’re like me, you’ve probably needed to create nice looking tables for your WordPress hosted site but haven’t found a good shortcode for it. Well, today’s your lucky day (and mine)!
That’s because I found this post by Kevin Chard. However, I encountered results that weren’t quite favorable:
As you can see, it wasn’t parsing the variables at all. So, I made a few minor adjustments to his code.
I’ve been contemplating what makes a great monthly tip – and consider some people are using WordPress.com for their website (and are unable to take advantage of any recommended plugins), I thought I’d make this month’s tip a more general tip that anyone with a website can take advantage of! Woo hoo! (Feel free to share this tip if you think others may benefit.)