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The default WordPress search is the only thing that used to annoy me a lot and I wasn’t using it on any of my WordPress sites. There are a number of reasons back then to stop using WordPress search feature, and the best one for me was it throwing unrelated links in the site search results. However, we can tweak the traditional search feature a bit to make it better and keep using it on our sites. Well, this post is not about why WordPress search is bad, it’s about how to forbid or disable Wo...
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There are times when you need to disable comments on your WordPress site. There are two cases contextual to disabling WordPress comments: Disabling comments for individual posts and pages Disabling comments completely Disabling comments for individual WordPress posts and pages By default, WordPress doesn’t show options to disable comments on individual posts and pages. You need to follow these steps to see those options: Edit the post (or page) and click the Screen Options button at the top...
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Have you came across that annoying moment, when commenters start posting plethora of unwanted and irrelevant links in comments? WordPress users who experience a lot of comment spam can filter out spam through Akismet. But sometimes, such spam comments bypass and survive the Akismet check too. As a blogger and WordPress user, I experienced this several times. If you want to get rid of such unwanted spam postings, the first thing that you come up with is to restrict users from posting links in com...