– WordPress – getting TAG descriptions to show up at the top of the page
– TAG descriptions in WordPress – Adding to your TAG pages
– HTML descriptions on TAG pages
Did you know that you can have your TAG descriptions visible on your WordPress pages? So you want TAG “descriptions” to show at the top of the page as well? Maybe you want to delete that ugly default that says
Example: “Tag Archives: Custom Font”
Why would you need this? Maybe you don’t want to have a category for everything in your blog. Maybe you have a special need to tag a few articles that have common categories but a specific tag (and you want that TAG to have a description showing that helps in SEO!!!) For instance, your articles might be categorized under “News”, but you want your tag page for tag “2012” to have “it’s own header description. Continue reading WordPress: How to Add Descriptions to your TAGS (on your Tag Pages)
How to get rid of footer credit (or theme credit theme_credit()?) at the bottom of a WordPress blog?
How to delete WordPress Blog credit at bottom?
Usally it is found in the “footer.php” file, but when deleted it can cause your blog theme to mess up.
A simple solution is just “comment” it out. This should keep it from showing without deleting the theme code. Notice the <!– character added twice
<?php echo date(“Y”);?> – <?php bloginfo(‘name’); ?> is proudly powered by <a href=”http://wordpress.org/”>WordPress</a><br/>
<?php /*Please leave 1 credit line to the theme designer. Thanks.*/ theme_credit();?> Continue reading WordPress: How to get Rid of theme_credit()
Note: using example font “bebasneue” for this tutorial
1- create a font folder in your theme’s folder, call it “fonts”
(should reside next to your styles.css file)
2- upload and convert your font to the 4 different formats per this link:
3- Now upload your 4 fonts to the font folder you created in step #1
4 – Find this section in your styles.css file Continue reading WordPress: How to Add a Custom Font to your Twenty Ten WordPress Menu?
– How to add separators | Divider images in Horizontal menu for the Twenty Ten theme
– Adding a divider image to your WordPress menu
– Adding a divider stroke to your menu
– Adding a separator between your navigation links
Continue reading WordPress: How to add Separators | Divider Images in Horizontal menu
How to I remove this line (category title) from appearing on each category page?
Posts categorized “category_title”
Open up file “category.php”
//printf( __( ‘Category Archives: %s’, ‘twentyten’ ), ‘<span>’ . single_cat_title( ”, false ) . ‘</span>’ );
Comment this section out per // Continue reading WordPress: Remove “category title” from Category pages?
By default WordPress is designed to strip out HTML code from this area. However you may want to modify your “edit descriptions” at times to add maybe a banner, graphi, or html coding
By adding the code below, you can do just that
If not familiar with the area I’m speaking of you can get there per:
then select the category you want to edit (click “edit” and paste your code into its “Description” field
TO SET UP WORDPRESS SO THAT YOU CAN ADD HTML CODE? Continue reading WordPress: How to Add Images or HTML to “Edit Descriptions” field?
How to get more intensive plugins to work?
How to Get Better response from your WordPress site?
Recently I was working with a few plug ins that stopped working when I pulled out the code (I’m going to be listing). Now the code didn’t come in the original config.php file. It was added at the suggestion of others. However I wasn’t really sure if it was ever working between a slow database and a number of other factors.
I had removed it for the meantime thinking that it was maybe putting too much weight on my site. That wasn’t the case, though once removed I did notice some of my list-creating plugins weren’t functioning anymore (the pages would come up blank)
After adding the code back in, they worked without a hitch.
This lead me to believe that “yes” we can control a portion of our memory by override a few settings
(to the dismay of your ISP, no less)
1- Open your config.php file in a Text Editor
2- scroll down to the part that says: Continue reading WordPress: Increase Your Memory?