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You will have to create a settings page on which you will have to register your settings. Unfortunately this is no easy task, but it has been very well documented on tutsplus. Once you have implemented the settings api, you can check for the options that have been set with your settings page. Depending on the values of the options that have been specified, ...


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Use the wp_enqueue_style's 3rd dependencies argument. that will make sure it is loaded after bootstrap. With a condition for front end it would look like this: if(!is_admin()){ function wpt_register_css(){ wp_register_style( 'bootstrap.min', get_template_directory_uri() . '/css/bootstrap.min.css' ); wp_enqueue_style( 'my_template_name', ...


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Your line to enqueue your new style does come after the bootstrap style... as in this line is typed some time after the other one, but it is outside of any function and is in the regular flow of code... so it actually happens first. Try putting it inside the wpt_register_css() function and keep it after the bootstrap style. This should make it actually get ...


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Note wp_enqueue_style() should be placed inside a callback function to wp_enqueue_scripts add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'callback' ); Like your code in the question shows, so put your loading of the custom stylesheet with wp_enqueue_style() inside it. Last but not least, CSS is processed in a way that the last style definition is used. So by ...


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Multiple solutions for defining the images -> Post Thumbnails While creating a new post, you can set the Featured Image which will automatically set the post image. Since your image is full width, you need to set the size of the thumbnail using: https://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/the_post_thumbnail Media Upload Go to Media -> Add New. ...



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