How to Promote your RSS feed on every post Adding this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme will add a link to your rss feed at the bottom of every post. If you are looking to get some new subscribers this is a great way to promote your feed.
How to Track post views without a plugin using post meta Use the following snippet to track post views on your wordpress blog. The first thing you want to do is add this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme. Follow step 1. and step 2. to track and display the number of views for each post. Updated this snippet from my original post on March 3rd, 2011 to Included a option for Fragment Caching so this snippet will work even on cached pages.
How to Capture users last login date and time Adding the first snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme will capture a users last login date. Recently I updated the script for the most current version of WordPress. Things have been changed to wpsnipp_get_last_login() and wpsnipp_set_last_login() should be obvious what they do. One will update the last login data in the user meta and the other will let you get the last date so you can display it on your site. We also save the current date and also the previous date so you can choose what you display to admins vs subscribers.