When you make a change to a post slug permalink after its been published, WordPress will automatically redirect it to the new post slug (doing a 301 redirect). This works well, but sometimes you want no existence of the old post slug. These SQL statements will help you cleanup your old post slugs.
Internationalizing your plugin is not difficult. All the information you need is out there and the WordPress Codex is very good resource, but I thought I’d sum it up for those who need the quick skinny on the matter.
I’ve significantly reduced comment spam on this blog. I have been trying out a different WordPress comment spam plugin. Now I am getting between 5-10 spam comments a week (skimming is much easier). If you are having problems with comment spam on your blogs, give this plugin a try.
Moving WordPress sites from host to host isn’t as difficult as you may think. Following these simple steps will help guide you through the entire process: copy/move site files, copy/move the database, and most importantly update your database/table values with this special MySQL query.
Allowing end-users to sort meta box fields is pretty straight forward. These two screencasts will show you how to quickly setup sorting as well as how to setup a simple notification message to alert users to “Update” the post/page.