Where is WordPress Post ID?

There are times when you need to know a WordPress post id. For example, some of the plugins may ask for that so that you can include or exclude certain posts for specific behaviours. So where is the WordPress post id? The easiest way to find it is: Log into your WP (WordPress) admin area […]

How to Change WordPress Admin Password

The quickest, easiest way to change your WordPress Admin password it to: Log in to your WordPress admin area. Go to: Users >> Your Profile >> [specify your new password] >> Update Profile You will need to scroll more than half-way down the page to get to the password area.

WordPress Static Front Page vs Blog Posts

Static Front Page vs Blog Posts By default, WordPress will display blogs as the main (front/home) page for your site.  The latest, most recent blog post will be at the top.  So what do you do if you want to have a static front page (sometimes called Splash page) as the main front page and how do […]

WordPress Portfolio Projects

What is WordPress Portfolio and How to Use it? To use the Portfolio feature, you first need to enable it. Settings >> Writing >> Your Custom Content Types >> (tick) Enable Portfolio Projects for this site >> Save Changes  

How to Make WordPress Site Private

I am having some private thoughts so it got me asking: how do I make my WordPress site private? The preliminary questions are: Do you want to make your entire WordPress site private? or Do you only want to make specific pages/posts private? Let’s deal with this a step at a time. Note: This article […]

GetResponse Tutorial for Newbies #4: Add Contacts to GetResponse

In the part 3 of our GetResponse tutorial, we covered how to create a GetReponse campaign.  Here, if you have any existing contacts or subscriber list that is specific to the campaign you are working on (e.g. you have just changed from another autoresponder system to GetResponse), then you can easily add contacts to GetResponse […]

Tutorial for Newbies #3: Create GetResponse Campaign

Now that we have those few salient facts about campaigns under our belt, we can start our tutorial on how to create our first GetResponse campaign. Create a GetResponse Campaign As I said earlier, GR (GetResponse) automatically creates a campaign for you, using the first part of your (sign-up) email address as the campaign name. […]