WordPress makes it gloriously easy to embed videos, photos, tweets, songs, documents, and other types of media from popular social media sites by simply pasting the URL into the post editor. Quickly learn the simple but powerful ins-and-outs of media embedding in WordPress.
Because there are too many WordPress tips posts out there already, I tackled today’s tip—How do I get rid of the “-2” at the end of a post slug (e.g. “example.org/about-us-2/”)—in verse. I apologize in advance.
WordPress uses a technique called child theming to create a new design based on an existing theme (a set of files that defines a WordPress design). In June, I gave a presentation to the Seattle WordPress meetup about child theme uses and techniques. This post contains the slides of that presentation and an example of one recent project in which I used the child theming technique.