Internal links are links on your website that point to other pages of the website. Internal links is an important SEO factor, that helps search engines to understand website structure and index more pages of website. In this post, we will discover a WordPress plugin, Internal Link Building, for automatically linking between posts and pages of WordPress blog.
There are several tutorials available in the internet showing how to remove dashboard widgets in WordPress. All of them use the Dashboard Widgets API, the solution is very similar to the following code (get from the Codex):
The post manage page in WordPress shows you a list of posts with their details: title, author, categories, etc. These details give blog manager a quick summary view of the posts. Sometimes, you might want to add new custom column to this page, such as ‘Views’, ‘Ratings’ to see more statistics about posts, especially when you have installed the corresponding plugins. This article will show you how to do that.
Sometimes, you blog post contains many links (for example a download page), then it wastes a lot of time if you make each link clickable manually. Fortunately, WordPress has a built-in function that can help us to convert every URL in plain text into a clickable link.