Most probably you have been using WordPress CMS (Control Management System) for a long time. Because of WordPress is so easy to install and easy to use. But it has some powerful secret feature compare to other CMS. We must know what are the unknown feature of WordPress. Today I’ll discuss some extraordinary features that you can easily get an extra advantage of using WordPress blog.Here am going to discuss secret and powerful features of WordPress.
Here are Top 4 Powerful Features of WordPress
1. Add Featured Image
‘Featured Images’ is a most expensive option of WordPress which have been included from the WordPress version 2.9 onwards. The Featured Image is also known as post thumbnail which allow you to enhance the visual presence of your website by utilizing a representative photograph or image for posts, pages, or custom post forms. All varieties cropping and resizing of pictures are achieved automatically. By using this excellent secrets and effective features you can save a lot of time.
2. New Feature of Scheduled posts
One thing we all know that bloggers have a bad habit and that is, sometimes they take a long break from writing an article because of busy on another field. In most of the case, they do not find enough time to write an article regularly. But you have to post something on a regular basis to keep your site active. If someone facing this problem, that Scheduled posts feature of WordPress can help you a lot.
Many bloggers ignore this feature of WordPress. But you have to use this feature for better response to visitors. To avoid uncertainties and missed schedules on blog posting, it is better to make use of this option which permits you to schedule a post for publishing it later. This can be done by determining the time and date of publishing.
3. Configuring Secret Keys
WordPress 2.6 includes most powerful keys, these are AUTH_KEY, SECURE_AUTH_KEY, and LOGGED_IN_KEY. Do you know what the actual function of these keys is? The answer is simple, these keys make your login session more secure to protects your login sessions from hackers and malicious/virus users.
You have to configure it via config.php file otherwise there is no another way.
Now you have to do these step by step. Go to your Cpanel and then find wp-config.php, you should see the following three lines:
define('AUTH_KEY', 'put your unique phrase here'); // Change this to a unique phrase. define('SECURE_AUTH_KEY', 'put your unique phrase here'); // Change this to a unique phrase. define('LOGGED_IN_KEY', 'put your unique phrase here'); // Change this to a unique phrase.
You have to change something in this area. To do this, go to http://api.wordpress.org/secret-key/1.1/.
Here you’ll see the same three lines of code with a random wired string in the place of ‘put your unique phrase here’.
All you need to do, just Copy those three lines from the website and replace the same three lines of code on the wp-config.php
After this, Save and upload the wp-config.php to your server.
4. Next Page Tag
Sometimes your article may be very lengthy and it will be uncomfortable for your reader to read. If you split this article into several short posts then it will good for your reader. To do it, simply add a
The following screenshot shows how to use this tag:
I hope this tutorial will help you. If you have any question then comment bellow. I’ll response ASAP. Thank you.