In a forum, everybody must read the forum rules and accept it before registering. That is useful because it helps members to understand how the forum works. The idea, of course, can be applied to WordPress blog, too. We can display the blog rules or just the welcome text in the register page by using simple code as the following direction.
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In some cases, when you need to do something in a WordPress website, but all you have is only access to WordPress database and FTP, and you cannot get the admin password from the database because it’s decrypted. All changes you have to make via some low level MySQL queries, it’s hard and easy mistaken. Joost de Valk has written a script for emergency access to WordPress dashboard by changing admin password or creating new user.
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Getting recent posts is an easy and must-have work in every WordPress blog. You’ve seen many ways to do that, such as using plugin, widget,
query_posts() function or even custom code to directly access database. But do you know that WordPress has already a built-in function for this?