If your WordPress site is set up to show the full length articles on the homepage, you can add a continue reading after a specific paragraph by adding a < --more--> tag after a paragraph. The paragraph will show up on the homepage and the rest of the article will be on a clickable link. Here’s a video on how to do it. Read more on the link below
One of the most important decisions you’ll have to make when getting a website is picking the right domain name. That can be especially tough since the web has been around for a while and most of your first ideas are going to be taken, but don’t despair…getting a decent domain name is still possible. Here’s a few things to keep in mind.
Creating sub-domains gives you the ability to create shortcuts to special files, folders or websites. Say for example that you’re working with a freelance client and you want to point them to a folder on your site where they can see their new redesign. You could tell them. Go to http://iviewsource.com/clients/clientname/projects/website/redesign which is tough to remember and long to even try and say over the phone. With a subdomain shortcut, you can simply tell them to go to http://clientname.iviewsource.com and the server will automatically redirect them to the same folder.
This week in View Source, I show you how to modify your functions.php file in WordPress to add breadcrumb URLs to your pages. This is a great way to improve the readability of your URLs and improve your Search Engine Optimization. It’s fairly easy to do, but be careful, because adding PHP code to your pages. can be tricky.