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one possible way: add a filter in functions.php of your theme: add_filter ( 'wp_tag_cloud', 'tag_cloud_slug_class' ); function tag_cloud_slug_class( $taglinks ) { $tags = explode('</a>', $taglinks); $regex = "#(.*tag-link[-])(.*)(' title.*)#e"; foreach( $tags as $tag ) { $tagn[] = preg_replace($regex, "('$1$2 ...


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I'm probably overcomplicating things. Right now, you are. As I have no traffic as of now I don't really need to do this, but .... I don't know what to choose as I don't understand what these services really do, other than it's supposed to be "better" to host externally... Then why bother with a CDN right now and all of the image hosting ...


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try this code: add_filter ( 'wp_tag_cloud', 'tag_cloud_font_size_class' ); function tag_cloud_font_size_class( $taglinks ) { $tags = explode('</a>', $taglinks); $regex1 = "#(.*style='font-size:)(.*)((pt|px|em|pc|%);'.*)#e"; $regex2 = "#(style='font-size:)(.*)((pt|px|em|pc|%);')#e"; $regex3 = "#(.*class=')(.*)(' ...


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The easiest way to go would be to use an "Origin Pull" CDN. These sorts of delivery networks pull media directly from your site, cache it (usually for the TTL defined by your Cache related HTTP headers). Any origin pull CDN will work fine with multi-site. You rewrite all static resource URLs in your content to the CDN, when the page loads, the resources ...


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I would add your images via your Media Library and child themes images folder. Once your site starts slowing down on a shared host, you can then look at solutions to fix this like using a CDN, plugins like Smushit, caching plugins and other options different hosts and plugins offer.


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Try Debug Bar plugin, it should display name of template being used.


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You can have a look on the following plugin for this purpose: WordPress Download Monitor I have found this plugin very useful for uploading/downloading files. This plugin will store files in the web server. This has also built in Download Page function with built in sorting, pagination, search feature and many more.


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As John said in his comment, you have two taxonomies with separate terms. If both posts and portfolios are to share tags, instead of using a new taxonomy just extend post_tags to portfolio custom post type : register_taxonomy_for_object_type( 'post_tag', 'portfolio' );


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The issue is with the folder/file permissions. You need to change the permsion so that the wp-content/uploads folder is writable. This is explained in the Amazon User Guide. http://codex.wordpress.org/Changing_File_Permissions



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