How to Disconnect and Connect Jetpack Account in WordPress?

Sometimes, in WordPress there arises a need to disconnect your Jetpack account so that you can connect it again. It might be because Jetpack displays an “unknown_token: It looks like your Jetpack connection is broken. Try disconnecting from WordPress.com then reconnecting” error message. It also might be that you just want to simply switch the WordPress.com account associated with your privately hosted blog/site. Continue reading “How to Disconnect and Connect Jetpack Account in WordPress?”

How to Remove Discovery Feature from Disqus Comments

Disqus offers features that are far greater than just adding a comment box in your WordPress or other web content, blogs, blog posts or other articles. One such notable feature is showing related discussions right after your final comment. This feature displays as “Also on <your-site-name>”. Although it allows people to discover more related content, not everyone wants it there. But thankfully, it is easy to remove the discovery feature in Disqus from displaying under your comment box. Continue reading “How to Remove Discovery Feature from Disqus Comments”

How to Limit User Statistics in Jetpack Site Stats

When you activate Jetpack Site Stats in WordPress, the plugin will actively begin recording statistics of user visits. It will record different important statistics like the source of user visits, the landing pages or popular posts and other details. Those details are grouped by days, weeks, months or years. You can view them and analyze your traffic in great detail. Continue reading “How to Limit User Statistics in Jetpack Site Stats”

How to Update Default Image Dimensions in WordPress

When an image file is uploaded to WordPress, various copies of the image is created and stored. Normally, three additional copies of an image will be stored with the original one. These copies are different in terms of dimension or image size (Width X Height pixels). The WordPress Media Manager, automatically re-sizes the images and stores it in the same location as the original one but with a different file name. Continue reading “How to Update Default Image Dimensions in WordPress”