I wanted is to display the Facebook like count on ItsAbhikDotCom Facebook page in simple customizable text format in the new Genesis child theme that I am developing for this blog, so I Googled for the solution. I came across some wonderful tutorials on the Hongkiat and StackExchange, but they all need setting up Facebook apps and requires more than average PHP skill to implement. There must be some easier way I thought as most of the bloggers don’t have enough coding knowledge or afraid of big
HTML5 is great because yet again it allows users to create cleaner and tighter code without having to debug as much and without having to mess around as much as you would have had to do otherwise. Here are ten very useful tools that you can use to manipulate HTML5 code. They may make your programming a little more efficient, but they will definitely all save you a lot of unneeded effort. The list is in no particular order as all of the items are very similar. 1 - CreateM This has a web
One of my favorite thing about WordPress is that you can customize every bit of it, that’s the beauty of WordPress and its license, GPL. But sometimes customizations can lead to a slow loading blog and return some results that you surely didn’t wanted. One of them is xHTML invalid codes.How? Because some of the HTML4.0 tags are no longer valid in HTML5 also WordPress, by default, adds some tags that are not xHTML valid, but somewhat useful in telling search engines about your page. W3C
I am still working on that WordPress plugin that heavily modifies the comment template and adds lots of extra functionality a WordPress blog should have. On doing that, I wanted to have the link removed from comment author name even if the Website field is filled with the commentator’s URL. All the *fixes* I came across were by manually editing the comment-template file within the WordPress core files.That is, in fact, a very very bad idea. You never should touch the WordPress core files.
I am working on a plugin to automatically modify the comments’ texts based on the inputs provided by the commentator. The basic requirements of the plugin is to show social links of the commentator and give them a conditional do-follow link depending on their contributions (total number of approved comments) to the blog. There are actually some free plugins available which you can use, but you have to combine at least 4 of them to get the whole functionality of the plugin I am coding. The plugin
I hope you already seen those extra fields in some of the WordPress powered blogs’ comment box (where you can enter your social profile and that shows up with your comment). Those are the custom fields in WordPress comment form, not a default WordPress functionality.There are already some plugins available to get that functionality, but if you prefer codes over the plugins (or, if you want to implement the feature in your own theme), you can use this to get started. Custom Fields in