Prevent comment spam, duplicate posts, expire posts, create text and code snippets for reuse, and hide widget titles.
Color me surprised, but the answer appears to be Yes!
I’m not the most organized blogger in the world, but Diigo helps me be a little more so.
Replacing standard HTML list bullets with images can be a great way to tie them into your site’s overall theme and make pages more visually appealing.
A very useful feature that’s not as easy to find as you’d expect.
In an earlier post, I showed you how to write a simple function that places a text box above the headline of your pages. But you don’t always want certain content or functionality to apply to every single page on your site. In this post, I’m going to introduce you to conditional statements, which let you specify which pages your function will apply to.