How to disable email notification in WordPress

If you have a WordPress blog site, you have to setup something, for example, you have to input the administrator’s email so that WordPress can send email notification to you admin email.


However, after some days, when your blog site was searched by all kinds of searched engines like Google, people will visit your site. And your site will be viewed everyday, people maybe register on your site, and, the most like thing which visitors to do is writing commends for your posts. and then, each commend or each register operation will occur a notification email to send to your email account which you set. That means you will receive lots of emails everyday, finally you are mad about this trouble !


How can you do ? Is it possible to disable this notification emails?

The answer is Yes you can disable.


Solution 1: 

Use WordPress plugin.

This plugin can disable email notification when new user register. We did not try it so we don’t know whether it also can disable email when user write comments.

You can try to use this plugin.


Solution 2:

If you just ONLY need to disable email notification when visitor write a comment, you can change setting in WordPress directly:

Go to Settings –> Discussion, check off “Anyone posts a comment” and check off “A comment is held for moderation” for Email section:


How to use Akismet plugin for your wordpress blog

Akismet plugin is a famous wordpress plugin which checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they look like spam or not. Now wordpress recommend to use this plugin and it is a default installed plugin when you install new version of WordPress.

You need an API key to use it. If you applied a WordPress API key before, you don’t need to apply a new API from Akismet. If you don’t have one API, and your blog is individual and not for business, you can apply a free Akismet API key from Akismet.

How to use ?

   1. Download Akismet plugin if your blog doesn’t have , then and unzip. If your blog has already installed it. go to 3.
   2. Upload the plugin file to your WordPress plugins directory inside of wp-content.
   3. Activate it from the plugins menu inside of WordPress.
   4. Your will see a message on the top to ask you Enter your API key.
   5. Forget that spam was ever a problem.

How to: Create a page to display post list under a specified category

1: Go to WP Administrate control panel -> Designe -> Theme Editor;
2: Open "Main Index Template (index.php)", copy its all content;
3: Open local text editor such as Notepad, paste copied content into text editor new file, save as your new WP page file name such as MyList.php;
4: At the top of this php file, add the following code:
Template Name: MyListPage

"MyListPage" will be your page template name which is for your selection later when you create a new page;
5: Find "<?php if (have_posts()) : ?>";
Above this line, Add "<?php query_posts(‘showposts=20&cat=18’); ?>";
cat=18 is your specified category ID
6: FTP this php file to your remote hosting "/wp-content/themes/YOUR CURRENT THEME FOLDER NAME/;
7: Write a new page in WP, give a Title like "MyList", select page template to MyListPage, just save it;
8: Done; go to see your new page "MyList".