Usually when you publish a new post, the post will be pushed to the top of the list in the front page. When your reader click the title link, it will bring them to the full article. Now, what if you want the title of the post, when clicked, direct the reader to an external URL instead of the full article? How can you do it without utilizing a plugin?
We can use custom field to solve this. Here is how you can do so:
WordPress makes it very easy for you to write, publish and update content, but what if you are blogging (or microblogging) in other sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Tumblr and you want to update your WordPress blog with the content posted elsewhere, what should you do? Since most of these sites offer a RSS feed, the best way is to embed those feeds in your WP site so that it will update automatically when you post content.
WordPress comes with a built-in RSS feed parsing function, so you can easily and quickly parse and embed RSS feed without any plugins. Here’s how it is done: