You can easily force specific pages to be secure in wordpress using the following simple little snippet. Just add the following snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme and specify the post / page ID desired.
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Adding this to the functions.php of your wordpress theme will change the default mysite.com/author/name to mysite.com/profile/name, however you can change this to user or anything that you would like.
This snippet will allow you to change the default source for your WordPress jQuery files. Instructions Add this code to your functions.php file.
This snippet will allow WordPress contributors to upload images on your site.
This snippet is very handy if you wish to add category ID to WordPress body and post class for ex. targeting CSS styles and such.
This snippet will add a "modify all wordpress site settings" link in the wordpress admin section.
This snippet is pretty handy if you want to crop your thumbnails instead of scaling them.
This snippet will allow WordPress contributors to upload images to the site.
This snippet will allow you to define a custom truncate length of the WordPress post title in your template files.
This snippet hides the WordPress version update message that is displayed when there is a new version of WordPress available. Instructions Ad this to your functions.php file. *note – in order for not to hide the update availability for administrators, we have have added the conditional tag: current_user_can() but let’s hide the message for …