WP Clean Head plugin is designed to remove most of the unnecessary code (meta generator, feeds, RSD, WLW manifest…) from WordPress website head element. That will made your blog more SEO friendly and a bit stealthier in a security sense. Continue reading WP Clean Head element from unnecessary code
This way we can have custom css style for Sticky class (.myfixed) as well as .wrapfixed and .up and .down classes.
Continue reading myStickymenu – Extended style functionality using .myfixed sticky class
This lightweight WordPress plugin will made your menu sticky on top of page. You can see this very plugin in action on this website, just scroll your mouse up and down and notice that menu is following your scroll.
Continue reading myStickymenu, Simple sticky (fixed on top) menu
Proper way to start with wordpress is by creating your own child theme. I found default Twentythirteen WordPress theme is very handy and easy to setup, so it will be a shame to loose any changes made after every update. Don’t ignore updates, it’s very important to be up to date. The only proper way and secure way is to create child theme.
So navigate to wp-content/themes and create new folder called twentythirteen-child.
Here you will add your custom css style and any file that you want to change from default theme (just copy original file from twentythirteen that you want to edit and change). You can copy any file except functions.php. Dont duplicate this file. Instead if you want to change functions.php create your own file in twentythirteen-child folder and add all your functions there. Continue reading How to create Twentythirteen child theme for WordPress
So, this will be my little guide, mostly for myself (if I did smth wront please let me know 🙂 ), to have a better control over some usual wordpress, not bugs, but let’s say things to do to make it better, more SEO friendly and secure…
First of all, I ussually remove meta generator tag, rsd link, wlwmanifest link and all rss rel and feed links from header. To do this I found out that the best way is to edit your child theme functions.php file, if you dont have child theme you will need to create it yourself. Continue reading WordPress 3.8.1 – things to do