Back when I migrated this weblog to WordPress I wrote a little plugin to put my RSS feed at /rss.xml. It’s an aesthetic thing — I like putting my RSS feeds at “rss.xml” in the directory whose content they summarize. Anyway, this very first WordPress plugin of mine accomplishes its task in thirteen odd lines of code, give or take. The code is linked from here: Relocate RSS Feed. Not sure why I didn’t get around to publishing it until now, but there it is. Enjoy!
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I installed WordPress on my server, and set up a site. It’s a relly nice piece of software. However, I am missing a piece of functionality, and
couldn’t find a suitable answer for it. Mayou you know a plugin I could use?I need to automatically inserts ads in my posts.And not AdSense ads, but rather HTML snippets defined by me (affiliate links, etc). Let’s say I would insert a tag in my post:
— ad here —
and the plugin would automatically replace it with some HTML code, when the post is displayed on my site.I really don’t need any fancy configuration options etc, just the basic replace functionality.
Do you know a plugin that can handle this?
Well you could look at the codex plugin repo for a start.
There are plenty of WP plugin sites. Just google.
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