How to generate StatCounter code for wordpress

How to generate StatCounter code for wordpress:

1. Go to the stat counter site and create a new account.
2. Login to your account and click on Add a StatCounter project.
3. Enter your blog URL and other details in the form and click on Next.
4. Now click on “Configure and Install code”.
5. Configure the counter and click Next.

6.Goto your wordpress dashboard->widgets->Text widget-> Paste code->Save.

You are done with your statcounter now..just go and verify your blog once 😀


Solve Permalinks issue in wordpress

Hi Folks,

I know many of you are struggling to solve permalinks issue in wordpress. That to precisely while working with wordpress. Am i correct? Supposed to be true 😉

Its very simple to solve this issue. Just follow my steps…

htaccess on root directory:

# BEGIN WordPress

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>

RewriteEngine On

RewriteBase /

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d

RewriteRule . /index.php [L]


# END WordPress

Permalink structure:


then you have to make sure that apache has the mod_rewrite module enabled.

Fairly mere process right 🙂



Best wordpress plugins

Hi Guys,

I listed few plugins that are used mainly for different purposes. All the listed plugins are free only. Note here iam not giving any rating and encouraging plugins..this is just for reference to me.

For videos:

For Photos:

Event calendar plugins:

Archive posts:

For Quiz and online examination:

For Timeline:


Disable Comments everywhere:


Simple Email Subscription:

Forms: (simple and good form manager)

Uploads: ( for registered users in site only)

Front end dashboard:


Custom Login:

Posts in Page:


Code Snippets:

Relates Posts:

Resume Online:


Permissions and restrictions:


Maintenance Mode:

Forum Discussions:

Question and answers forum like stack overflow for free:

Add multiple Users:

WordPress Help in Dashboard:

Social Network and its related plugins:


More on social network–


See activity in portal:

File Repository:

Enable Search completely:

Update jquery:


How to remove you may like in wordpress

Hi guys,

Its been a pretty long time for posts..anyways let me go to the point first.

You may notice “You may also like” related posts on each post of your blog..wanna know how to remove it??

Its much pretty easy..just go to your file explorer.


Just comment it out all the lines..then you cant see related posts further 🙂

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress in Three Simple Steps

This article shows you how to add Google Analytics to WordPress with minimal fuss and very little effort.

Step One: Get a Google Analytics account

If you haven’t already signed up for analytics, you’ll need to venture over to Google and get hooked up with a free account. Don’t worry, it’s quick and painless.

Once you’ve completed the sign up process, you’ll be given a piece of JavaScript code. It looks like this:


This code allows Google to gather anonymous data on how your website is being used

Step Two: Add the Google Analytics code to your WordPress theme

To do this, you’ll need to open up the footer.php file of your WordPress theme. You can either use an FTP client to access your server, or edit your theme files directly from the WordPress dashboard. Your file editor is located under the ‘Appearance’ tab in the sidebar menu.


In the list of template files to the right of the text editor, find footer.php and open it. To add Google Analytics to WordPress, you now just need to copy and paste your code immediately before the closing </body> tag. Like so:



Make sure you save your footer.php file once you’ve pasted in the new code. Google Analytics should now be able to track every page of your WordPress site and provide you with that sweet juicy data.

Step Three: Double check that your analytics is working

To make sure that the script has installed correctly, go back to your Google Analytics home page and click the admin panel in the top right corner of the screen. Open the relevant account, and click the ‘tracking code’ panel. If the Tracking Status is ‘Receiving Data’, then you’ve successfully added Google Analytics to your WordPress site.


Alternatively, use a Google Analytics plugin

If you’re not comfortable hacking around in your WordPress template files, or you want to explore some additional options and functionality, you can also add Google Analytics to WordPress with the use of a plugin. These plugins will typically give you an interface in your WordPress dashboard where you can add the code directly, without having to delve into your theme files.

There are quite a few Google Analytics plugins to choose from, and I wouldn’t necessarily recommend one over the others. Have a look for yourself in the WordPress plugin directory. If you have a multi-site solution, I would also suggest checking out WPMU Dev’sMultisite Google Analytics plugin.