Category Archive for "WordPress"

Affordable Logo Design from LogoDesignUK

Recent news for us in the Frog empire is a recent acquisition of a logo design company – LogoDesignUK.co.uk. Here we are offering affordable logo design packages for start-ups, SMEs and sole traders, starting from just £75.

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WordPress – How to change the author base in URLs

An example of howe to change the default author base in WordPress.

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WordPress – How to add/remove user details

If you need to add extra fields to the WordPress user details page you can. Here is a simple function that can be added to functions.php to add a telephone number, Skype username, Twitter username and Facebook name to your

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WordPress – How to get the blog description in HTML format

Sometimes you may need to add a line break or a HTML tag to the blog description in WordPress to get it to do something other than just the plain tagline. Using the get_bloginfo(‘description’); function will pull that out, but

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WordPress : How to have query search posts only

If you need to have your WordPress search only search posts for results, you can insert this code before the ‘if(have_posts()):’ line on search.php and it will do that for you. // search only posts global $wp_query; $args = array_merge(

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WordPress : TinyMCE text editor shortcuts

Some useful shortcuts for the TinyMCE editor in WordPress…

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WordPress : The proper way to create a home page template that isn’t the standard list of blog articles

A quick guide to correctly set WordPress up to have a custom home page template.

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WordPress : Creating a Twitter Widget

A guide on how to create a fairly flexible Twitter widget for your site or themes you build.

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WordPress : Redirecting to a random page

How to create a random redirect using the wp_redirect() function built into WordPress.

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WordPress : Creating a menu of subpages from post ID of a child page

A step by step guide on how to create a menu of child pages by using the post ID of a child page.

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