The Ultimate Guide To WordPress Hacks And Customizations

title-wordpress-hacks-resources-for-easier-codingIf you are looking to add new design features and functionality to your WordPress blog, odds are there is probably someone who has already done it and shared the code on how to do it. There are a number of great resources you can use to find outstanding hacks, customizations, and tips to make your WordPress blog more unique, user-friendly, and engaging.

Over the years I have collected a number of great resources across the web that I thought would be a great idea to organize and share. I would encourage everyone to leave their favorite WordPress Hack in the comments below.

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Mark Thompson

Mark is the President of Search Creatively a Raleigh Internet Marketing company. He also is the creator of StayOnSearch, a search marketing blog dedicated to SEO's and Internet Marketing professionals. He also contributes to a number of industry blogs including Search Engine Journal, ProBlogDesign, and 1stWebDesigner. Follow Mark on Twitter (@m_thompson)

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Comments

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  2. says

    OMG, Amazed to see these many no of resources in a single page, bookmarked this for future reference.. Thanks for sharing :)

  3. klavis says

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  5. says

    Fantastic post Mark, and very “resourceful.” I have been transitioning almost all of my websites from “html/css” to “wordpress.” Many of these links you provided in this post are going to come in handy! Thanks for sharing again Mark.

    Jeremiah

  6. says

    This is a great list both in size and quality, and is just in time for me. I have been thinking about turning off a few of the plugins and making something that is more customized.

    Thank you very much!

  7. says

    wow what a great post this is going to take a while to checkout all of the links lol but it should be worth it. Some of these I had seen before but a lot of new stuff too.

  8. Pavan Somu says

    The collection of resources are great. Thanks for the share. Will work on the hacks.

    • Saad Bassi says

      This post was not edited by me. Our Editor in Chief wasn’t aware of this thing. I am editing the post right now Jean. Thanks for your comment.:)

  9. says

    Great round up.. I always prefer hacks rather than plugins.. thanx for including “http://artatm.com/2010/02/35-most-essential-wordpress-tricks-and-hacks/”

  10. mark says

    This is a great list both in size and quality, and is just in time for me. I have been thinking about turning off a few of the plugins and making something that is more customized.

    Thank you very much!

  11. says

    This is a great roundup of ways to customize your WordPress for better user functionality. Great job! I like that listing every post on one page – might have to try that for my archives.

  12. Julianntrott says

    One of the feature I’ve always made by hand, it’s to list all post one page. It’s a shame, WordPress didn’t thought of that before.