Rename Publish button in WordPress admin

There are scenarios where you want the WordPress Admin to behave differently, specially for the custom post types. Imagine you have custom post type called ‘contacts’ and you want to change the button from PUBLISH to SAVE. So how to achieve this without changing the core files?

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Delete Orphaned Meta Data in WordPress

Delete Post Meta Data

Sometimes while developing a new plugin you have to do lots of database work including creating posts, editing posts, and deleting posts. All of these actions affect the post meta data table and if you aren’t careful with how to manage the post meta data you’ll have thousands and thousands of rows of data. By deleting orphaned post meta data (meta data belonging to posts which no longer exist) you immediately remove thousands of records that weren’t doing anything.

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Disable Update WordPress nags with Plugin’s and Theme’s Update Notifications

1. To Disable Update WordPress nag :

Insert the following code to the functions.php file of your active theme. It will remove the WordPress update nag e.g. WordPress 3.9.1 is available! Please update now, from the all users dashboard, admin dashboard & from Updates page as well.

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Split WordPress Post to Multiple Pages

All bloggers usually come across long blog posts to be published in their blogs. It’s good that you are giving detailed information on topic with your huge blog post. But have you ever thought what impression it makes on your visitors? Don’t make your visitors scared by showing them a long post in a single page, they may end up reading your post just once they scroll through out the length of your post. I have got a better solution for you, just think of split wordpress post into multiple pages.

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A Guide To WordPress Custom Post Types: Create, Display & Meta Boxes

Custom Post Types are a new set of administrative options appearing along with the default post types such as Posts, Pages, Attachments etc. A Custom Post Type can store any type of information. It has a dedicated editor, media uploader and uses the existing WordPress table structure for ease in data management. The main advantage of creating custom post types using the WordPress API is that it equips itself well with existing themes and templates. Custom Post Types are also SEO friendly because of their nifty permalinks.

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