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I was attempting to do the same thing. I found cloudconvert which seems to do a nice job of this (no affiliation to me). It's not a drop-in solution but it is something that could work. They have a free tier of usage and reasonable prices beyond that. You can also try just using the 'Save as HTML' from Word which gets pretty close.


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SOLVED>>>> I was able to add the button to the item_output variable. Basically I grabbed a walker class snippet and added the html to it. $item_output .= '<button class="toggleExpand"><i class="fa fa-arrow-circle-right"></i></button><a'. $attributes .'>';


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Yes it possible. you have to load informations of all images when images loaded on page like example: examp-image1.jpeg load on page. You have to load a div with information of that image examp-image1.jpeg like: <div class="example-image-common" id="example-image1"> Here you write images 1 decriptions which you want to show </div> and on css ...


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Use Shift + Enter. Soft and Hard Returns.


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You could also create a template tag like what the Twenty Fourteen default theme includes rather than hard code it into the single file. if ( ! function_exists( 'twentyfourteen_post_nav' ) ) : function twentyfourteen_post_nav() { // Don't print empty markup if there's nowhere to navigate. $previous = ( is_attachment() ) ? get_post( ...


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You will need to add %link to the first parameter ($format) of next_post_link and previous_post_link This will generate the html links to the respective posts EDIT 1 Just on your statement about custom queries, did you had a look at how pre_get_posts can be used to alter the main query as needed. It is never a good idea replacing the main query with a ...


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Just had exactly weird "from" word issue on a single post, and traced it to Wordpress SEO plugin by Yoast. It may be a sum of other causes for sure, as this got away so far up to this versions. Using the latest versions by now: Wordpress SEO plugin by Yoast, Version 1.6.3 Wordpress 4.0 Deactivating Wordpress SEO plugin, instantly allowed me to edit the ...


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You can add after while loop reset & query_posts() same as: wp_reset_query(); query_posts('post_type=&showposts=10');


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1 Go to your WordPress Administration Panel. 2 edit home page 3 select template and update 4 go to setting-> reading , select home page


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WordPress.org UI Style Guide site has some reference materials, including those on Box Formats and Forms. As far as I remember it's not consistently maintained or considered especially canonical source. In practice elements are often done after studying current state of actual admin markup.


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Either install wordpress in a subdomain (blog.yoursite.com or sub folder (yoursite.com/blog) Design the WordPress site exactly like your current website to get a consistent design. Or make your entire website in WordPress. WordPress can be used for many other things than blogging.


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It sounds like you're looking for an <iframe src="domain.com/blog"></iframe> solution, however I would advise against that for many a reason the primary being it is arguably creating a "blackhole" of content from an SEO perspective. The way it's usually done is install WordPress in a subfolder, traditionally yourdomain.com/blog and then link ...


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WordPress has default jQuery. So, no need to load this file explicitly. JS Code: jQuery('#toggle-onoff-network').on({ 'click': function () { var origsrc = jQuery(this).attr('src'); var src = ''; if (origsrc == 'img1_on.png') src = 'img2_on.png'; if (origsrc == 'img2_on.png') src = 'img1_on.png'; jQuery(this).attr('src', src); } }); // ...



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