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I was looking for a way to add Font Awesome icons before the titles of the widgets from my footer’s website. After checking some plugins, I still couldn’t achieve a proper way to add HTML code in the WordPress Widget Titles as the CMS strips these tags on updating the widget. Some solutions work, but I also needed to have the quotes (either single or double ones) not stripped. [Read more…]
As I was tired of seeing so many badly developed WordPress themes where the code was not sustainable, the understanding of it took a long time and moreover it was filled with procedural code that was not even organised properly, I was looking for a solution to separate the HTML code completely from the PHP one in a WordPress theme.
This has several advantages including: – Your templates look cleaner and are easier to maintain by the front-end developers. No more messy PHP code within HTML tags! – All the templates are organised in one location and updating them (even with a WYSIWYG editor) is much easier – All the logic/parsing of the information, database fetching is done in the PHP code. [Read more…]
Having the posts bookmarked by other people through Delicious is very important because not only you will get repeated traffic from the people who saved the articles you have written but you can also gain more traffic and RSS subscribers especially if some of the posts reach the Delicious front page. That’s why it’s important to ask people to save your articles. One important thing is to show how many times the post was saved on Delicious. If you have articles with quality content chances are you will get a lot of saves. Having a quite large number of saves may signify that the post is worth saving and this could determine other users to bookmark it too.
According to Google AdSense Program Policies you are allowed to add up to three ad content units in a page. If you have over 10 posts in a page and you wish to insert Google ads between them, you may need to specify the position of each advertisement (for instance, the first is after the 3rd post, the second after the 7th post and the last one is after the 10th post) and make sure that the limit of 3 ad content units is not exceeded. In this short tutorial I will teach you how you can do that. The code can be applied in every page where posts are shown including the index, the archive, the tags and the search results. Read more from this entry…