By specifying the estimated reading time, you inform visitors about the length of the article and thus increase the time they spend on your website. In this tutorial I will show you how you can display the reading time in WordPress posts with a plugin or your own function.
WordPress offers various options for displaying posts on the homepage. In this tutorial, I explain how you can shorten your WordPress posts and, depending on the theme, use the continue reading tag or excerpt.
A useful feature for me is the display of the WordPress post images in the WordPress Admin. In this post, I show two simple plugins with which you can add the post image in an additional column in the overview of all posts in the backend.
The WordPress loop is an important part of every WordPress theme and is used to display all posts. This tutorial explains the application and functionality of the WordPress loop in detail and shows how and where the loop is used.
In this blog post, I introduce the Post Type Switcher plugin, which you can use to convert WordPress posts into pages - or vice versa. The post type can be changed back and forth as required. Custom post types are also supported.
With the Advanced Excerpt plugin you can customize the WordPress post excerpt and determine how excerpts are generated and how long they are. In addition, the removal of HTML and shortcodes in the excerpts can be deactivated.