Menambahkan komentar pada halaman “page” wordpress

Pada halaman atau page di wordpress walaupun sudah di sedikan menu "Allow Comments", terkadang tidak muncul pada halaman tersebut, hal ini di karenakan perlakuan dari themes yang dipasang berbeda – beda dan sesuai pengalaman Prigad bahwa sudah beberapa kali kami mencoba dengan berganti – ganti  themes yang lain hal tersebut tetap tidak tampak halaman commet pada akhir page.

Tetapi tidak usah berkecil hati masih ada jalan, kalau kata tetangga sebelah , dunia belum kiamat silahkan anda edit file page.php dan tambahkan code di bawah ini pada salah satu barisnya:

[code="php""""""""""]?php if (('open' == $post-> comment_status)) { comments_template(); } ?[/code] Silahkan dicoba semoga sukses


WordPress Flickr Manager

Handles uploading, modifying images on Flickr, and insertion into posts.

Inserting images into posts could never have been easier. Simply click on an image from the added ‘Flickr Manager’ panel on the edit page and it will automatically be inserted into your post.

Download the file from Here


  1. Upload the folder wordpress-flickr-manager to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory1
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress 2
  3. Authenticate with Flickr through Settings->Flickr 3458
  4. Add your widget : 9
  5. The Result: 10

WordPress Custom Login Page

WordPress Custom Login Page allows you to customize your login page beyond any plugin previously available. Your background image, logo image, text colors, link colors, button background image, and form div background are all customizable. You can also remove the “<– back to blog” link via css, and edit anything else in your login.css file via the built in CSS editor.

Screenshoot from prigadshop:

1How to sets and upload do this:

1. Download here

2. Upload to wp-content/plugins

3. Activate it via the Plugins page in your WordPress Admin section

4. Navigate to Settings>Custom Login Page to edit the settings


Advanced Help
Login Page Background (1500px by 400px maximum)
1. Create an image for the background, a maximum size of 1500px by 400px.
2. Upload to WordPress, using media uploader in WordPress Admin.
3. Copy the full url to the image and paste under Background Image URL option.
4. Enter position of image in the Background Image Position option.

Form Div Background Color
1. HEX Value (#FFFFFF). Use “none” if using a semi-transparent background image.

Other Options
For Label Font Color, Text Box Border Color, Login Button Font Color, Login Button Font Mouseover Color, Login Button Border Color, Login Button Border Mouseover Color, “Lost your password?” Link Font Color, and “Lost your password?” Link Mouseover Font Color.
1. HEX Values (#FFFFFF)

Login Button Background Image URL
1. Create any image width the size 68px by 22px. Non-repeating.
2. Upload via WordPress Media Uploader.
3. Insert link in plugin options page.
4. The button looks best if you pick a Login Button Border Color closest to your background color.

List of Background Position Values
If you only specify one keyword, the second value will be “center”. Default value is: 0% 0%.
top left
top center
top right
center left
center center
center right
bottom left
bottom center
bottom right
x% y% (The first value is the horizontal position and the second value is the vertical. The top left corner is 0% 0%. The right bottom corner is 100% 100%. If you only specify one value, the other value will be 50%.)

xpos ypos (The first value is the horizontal position and the second value is the vertical. The top left corner is 0 0. Units can be pixels (0px 0px) or any other CSS units. If you only specify one value, the other value will be 50%. You can mix % and positions)

inherit (Specifies that the setting of the background-position property should be inherited from the parent element.)

Background Repeat Values
repeat (Will repeat both horizontally and vertically.)
repeat-x (Will repeat only horizontally.)
repeat-y (Will repeat only vertically.)
no-repeat (Will not repeat at all.)
inherit (Will be inherited from the parent element.)

Custom CSS
1. You can enter css codes here, to overwrite default login page CSS.
2. For example, hiding the back to link, simply enter the following in the Custom CSS option.
#backtoblog { display:none; }
3. Do not include the opening and closing style CSS/HTML tags.

The result:


My Page Order

My Page Order allows you to set the order of pages through a drag and drop interface. The default method of setting the order page by page is extremely clumsy, especially with a large number of pages.

Download here


  1. Upload plugin contents to /wp-content/plugins/my-page-order
  2. Activate the My Page Order plugin on the Plugins menu
  3. Go to the “My Page Order” tab under Manage and specify your desired order for pages
  4. If you are using widgets then just make sure the “Page” widget is set to order by “Page order”. That’s it.
  5. If you aren’t using widgets, modify your sidebar template to use correct sort order: wp_list_pages('sort_column=menu_order&title_li=');



Add banner using plug-in WP-addpub

WP-addpub is a very simple plugin that let’s you upload your banners or your html and javascript code to your blog. Can be used, also, for any kind of script (google adsense, paypal donate, youtube video…)

The advantages of this plugin:

* Enabling and disabling the banner
* Display banners in different areas.
* Ability to display a banner depending on any special field (category, tag,…).
* Ability to display a banner depending on the language using the field filter.
* Ability to add/edit a script banner ( since 1.2).
* Ability to display a random banner ( since 1.2.1).


1. Unzip the file and place the folder wp-addpub in the directory plugins wordpress wp-content plugins
2. Activate the plug wp-addpub
3. Go on the management of banners in the Options> WP-Addpub

How-to use:

Add the following line in your theme:

<?php wp_addpub ( "bannerID=1" ) ; ?>

The parameter of the function is a string that contains variables:

* bannerID : Id of the banner
* zone: a text field that can be used to identify an area of your page (eg sidebar,… footer)
* filter: a text field that can be used as a criterion for display (ie value: French, English or Category1, Category2…)
* random : display a random banner (random=true) (since version 1.2.1)

These variables can be used separately or together (example: “zone=sidebar&filter=EN”)

Donwload here

For Detail Instructions follow my example:
1. Active your plug-in
2. Go on the management of banners in the Options> WP-Addpub

3. Insert your banner, I am  using html code:


4. Go to the index.php in your template  insert this code :  <?php wp_addpub ( “bannerID=1” ) ; ?>


5. See the result on your blog : (running text)


Add header image in simpleX theme wordpress

To edit image in wordpress simpelx theme we should upload an image into folder of wordpress for example:


If you want to place a background on the header, there is a file called “default.css” inside “css” folder. You will find this line

#header {

Replace that code with the background you want to put.. notice the path has ../ because I am editing the file inside css folder.

#header {
background: #282923 url(../images/header.jpg) no-repeat;


The results can be viewed below :