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Blog Tag: WordPress

Adding Tags To Individual Posts in WordPress

Have you ever wanted to know how to add Tags to each Post within your WordPress theme? If you theme does not have it built-in, there is no need for a plugin, so please take

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Redirect Old Domain to New Domain keeping URL

Something I see lots of times with clients is they are re-branding themselves or simply found a new domain they like better. Normally that's an easy 301 Redirect in the registrar, cPanel, or .htaccess file.

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Removing /index.php/ from WordPress URL’s

Occasionally, I have clients ask why their URL's for WordPress have changed or maybe they moved from one hosting provider to another and they now see /index.php/ in their URL.  This does not only pertain

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Contact Form 7 Confirmation Message Tip

Do you use Contact Form 7 for WordPress? If so, this quick tip will be helpful for you. A number of my clients as for customizations and tweaks to be done to the plugin to

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Meta Refresh vs 301 redirects (.htacess) ?

Lots of people ask me what the difference between using the Meta Refresh tag verses using the .htaccess 301 redirect function is, so I am here to explain their differences. So what is the Meta

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Genesis 2.0, WordPress 3.6, and Superfish

If you have upgraded your WordPress site to WordPress 3.6 or higher recently and/or upgraded your Genesis theme-work to Genesis 2.0 or higher, you may have noticed something very unusual with your drop-down menus. They

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Customize your wp_get_archives() in WordPress

Usually I am very pleased with the WordPress community about how helpful they are with users who have questions.  Occasionally though, there is a question where for whatever reason people attack the user the question.

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Featured Images in Genesis – Hiding, Displaying and Removing them.

I'm a huge fan of Genesis and StudioPress as a whole.  Also, Brian Gardner is amazing at ideas and the work he has developed along the way.  Even so, there are occasions when I need

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Adding a CSS Class to WordPress Editor

The Reason I like making it as user-friendly for my clients as possible.  WordPress does many, many things great, but some of the styling concepts lack just a little.  In this situation, I figure it

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