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Excellent WordPress Forum Plugins


Here in this article, we have showcase the best WordPress forum plugins.

Talki Embeddable Forums

The plugin adds a Forums page to your blog and allow your members to start their own conversations and topics on your site.

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Best Of Wood Texture Examples For You

Here in this article, we have showcased the best of wood texture examples for you. Hope you like the collection.


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Ten ‘Must’ WordPress Snippets


Remove or Hide Admin Menu Links for Certain or Specific Users or Roles

The following snippet will let you remove as well as hide admin menu links for certain users or role.

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Get all media attached to a post

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15+ Amazing Free Google Plus Icons

With Google Plus just started as an experimental social media trial, and now just in short time span it’s making huge waves in the world. Google Plus not only interests individual but it is making Read More

Create Your Website Today With Visual Composer


Over the years, WordPress has been known as an effective, user-friendly platform with lots of functionality, and benefits. WordPress gives you the option to customize your website in a Read More

How To Change The File Permissions In WordPress?

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You often wondered that how to restrict the person to read, write, modify or access your WordPress filesystems. There are different files and directories which each have their own set of permissions specifying on who and what can hold what rights. The role counted as more important in WordPress because one may need to access to write to files in WP-Content directory in order to enable certain functions.

Permission Modes 755 and 744

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It is always better to understand permission modes first before going deeper into the process. Although the permission modes range 0000 to 0777, but permission modes 755 and 744 are the most important. The permission mode is computed by adding up the values for the user, the file group and for everyone else, making you understands well that what the permission mode in actual signifies:

  • Read 4 – Allowed to

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Adding/Removing User Roles Capabilities In WordPress

WordPress – the content management system or actually a simple but powerful content management system which powers approximately 20% of the websites over the web. But do you know that WordPress offers each of users’ a capabilities based on the role they have been assigned onto. Whether it will be an administrator, author, subscriber etc, each got its own set of roles.

Say, for example administrator got the ability to perform all actions on your WordPress site whereas author got fewer capabilities to perform the actions and so on for subscribers. It would be must to have an active understanding on and while assigning role to each. If you are running a multi-author site, then there will an additional need arise say if you want to modify capabilities of certain users or create custom user roles for some.

Capability Manager

Understanding the different stances that each of the users has got its own level of permissions which allow it to perform certain tasks on the website. It is on you as an administrator to decide which role to be given to whom, or either to take some or all the capabilities from the user. In this article we will discuss on how to add or remove user roles capabilities in WordPress.

To start with you need to first install and activate the plugin name Capability Manager Enhanced. Once activated, the plugin will provide a simple way to manage WordPress roles and capabilities. With using the plugin you will be able to easily create and manage roles and capabilities.

Moreover, if in case something went wrong, the plugin comes with an additional tool: Backup/Restore tool which lets you save roles and capabilities before making changes and reverting them if something goes wrong.

Plugin In Use: Capability Manager Enhanced

A simple way to manage WordPress roles and capabilities. With this plugin you will be able to easily create and manage roles and capabilities.


  • Manage role capabilities.
  • Create new roles or delete existing ones.
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How To Add PHP Functionality To WordPress Posts And Pages

Although by default, you are not allowed to execute PHP functionality in your WordPress posts and pages but with advancement in programming and with an increase in need arises, it is as important as to have such functionality on board with WordPress posts and pages. In this article, we are sharing the resource by which you can achieve this. Simply install and activate the plugin name “Allow PHP in Posts and Pages”.


Plugin To Use: Allow PHP In Posts And Pages

The plugin allows you to add PHP functionality in posts and pages by adding a shortcode [php] your code [/php]. On activating, the plugin will attempt to remove the automatically generated WordPress <p> and <br/> tags but still allows the addition of your own <p> and <br/> tags using a form of BBcode items such [p][/p] and [br /]

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Enhancing WordPress Comments Layout With Adding Numbers

While we earlier talked about allowing users to add images and videos in the comment section, it will be better now if we take a step further and add numbers to the WordPress comments layout. You did notice one-to-many websites where numbers have been used to count on comments. Adding this to your own site, will further let you attract visitors more to your website. In this article we will show you how you can customize the comment layout by doing this minor addition of adding numbers to your WordPress comments layout.

To get started, first download, install and activate the plugin name Greg’s Threaded Comment Numbering. The plugin works well for WordPress 2.7 and later and will numbers your comments sequentially and hierarchically. It includes threading, paging, and your choice of ascending or descending date order.

The plugin provides an accurate sequential numbering for each comment, including hierarchical numbering up to the full 10 levels supported by WordPress. You can display the numbered comments in either ascending or descending date order, on multiple pages or on one long page, and with or without threading enabled. Moreover, it also handles pingback and trackback numbering.

Plugin In Use: Greg’s Threaded Comment Numbering

The plugin numbers comments sequentially and hierarchically; handles comments which are threaded, paged and/or reversed while coders can call the function directly.

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