The process I will explain also works for adding a link to a page.
Now we are going to see how to insert a link into the sidebar menu of your blog.
So our “Five” for this post is blogroll related plugins for your website.
Feed Reading Blogroll – This plugin uses Googles index of feeds to grab the latest post date and title and display it on your blogroll.
Watch this video on Make Quick Posts to your Word Press Blog with Press This.
Go to Appearance Before uploading it is SUPER important that optimize your images for faster downloading since google search engines do rank your site for its speed.
If you are new to blogging with Word Press, you are probably wondering how to create links from your blog to other pages on the internet.
While Word Press offers a ton of features and flexibility, there is still a lot of functionality missing from the core software.
Step 6 may seem unnecessary in light of step 7, but in my experience merely updating the wp-admin and wp-includes directories is not enough: there may be old files that are not present in the latest version, but that will cause problems if they still exist.
I’ve found that my re CAPTCHA plugin doesn’t retain its API keys, but you can look them up again on the re CAPTCHA site. Thanks to Perishable Press for the tip on disabling Word Press plugins via My SQL.
Nofollow Blogroll SEO – This simple plugin puts rel="nofollow" on non-homepage Blogroll Links.
It allows you to share links with your favorite sites but not take a hit in your SEO for having sitewide links.