If your WordPress category page links stop working, it may be due to the WordPress SEO plugin’s “strip the category base” feature. Here’s a workaround.
For WordPress users, the error message “Something has gotten mixed up!” may appear while logged into your WordPress site admin area. This is caused by the Jetpack plugin and can be quickly fixed with the instructions here.
For blog’s using the Disqus commenting system, you may see some article links to other websites below the Disqus comments section, with the heading “Around The Web”. Here is how to disable “Around The Web” Disqus links to external website articles.
There is a category for Google Plus Pages that is meant for blogs and websites, though it may not be obvious or easy to find for some. Follow these basic steps on how to create a Google Plus Page for your blog or website.
If you use AddThis for your sharing buttons on your WordPress blog, you may have seen unwanted extra characters at the end of your blog or post URL. Remove these by editing AddThis code or by changing AddThis plugin settings.
In Windows Live Writer, the desktop blog writing program, WordPress users may see a theme detection error. When updating the offline blog theme, a temporary post shows up in your blog’s RSS feed. A solution is here.