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Themes create the public (front-end) interface for a WordPress site.

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It's already in there. You only need to deactivate javascript in your browser and reload the page. You can now enter freely nofollow. If you ask yourself why I know that: The related ticket is #14599 …
answered Feb 6 '11 by hakre
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You are most certainly experience a "incompatibility" between the add-on that you use for multiple languages and the Easy Fancy-box (wordpress Plugin). As Wordpress does not support multiple language …
answered Nov 21 '10 by hakre
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If you're looking for an example how this can be done, grab the current development version of wordpress. It's already everything in there you might need / can imagine. If you don't want to make use …
answered Dec 7 '10 by hakre
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You can but I think it's far more easier for you theme to add a sidebar and then place a text-widget (or any other widget) inside there because that's far more flexible. What you describe I did for s …
answered Aug 24 '10 by hakre
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I use Fakemail to test diverse mailing functionality of the software.
answered Apr 29 '11 by hakre
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WordPress by default does not offer anything to deactivate categories. You would then - as you already suggested in your question - need to subclass the query and remove the deactivated categories fro …
answered Jan 23 '11 by hakre
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Please do not use get_template_part() in the Admin / Backend. It has been designed for template use (displaying the theme, please see codex), so this is intended to be used for templates and template- …
answered Nov 9 '10 by hakre
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You might probably want to install Canonical URL’s for WordPress (Wordpress Plugin). It allows you to specify a canonical URL for each post and page. So you can configure the way you want. The plugin …
answered Nov 20 '10 by hakre
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I do from in-place hacking on the server in the guts of a life system to more structured dev / test / stage / life cycle using version control systems and automated tests. It just depends on the job. …
answered Aug 24 '10 by hakre
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Technically it's possible (so to extend the wordpress source), but not by default. So I would give the answer to no. The build-in background theme feature is for a single graphics only be default. Bu …
answered Aug 27 '10 by hakre
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Q: 1.) Is this browser compatible? Yes, for all browsers supporting jQuery data(). jQuery is generally supported by most modern browsers. Q: 2) Are there any security concern to be aware of a …
answered Feb 6 '11 by hakre
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If you're familiar with ZF you might be looking for models and layouts, both which you need to manually code with WordPress. But if you do so, you've got full possibilities. So feel free to create m …
answered Feb 13 '11 by hakre
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The Menu API is partially broken, you can not rely on the output. There are diverse tickets in trac regarding that, I only did a quick search, but maybe a solution for your problem is explained in one …
answered Aug 25 '10 by hakre
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Good question. I was able to make the whole admin RTL with a little plugin (I wrote it as a must-use plugin, but should work in the in the standard plugin folder as well). It's a very simple version, …
answered Aug 23 '10 by hakre
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please make yourself comfortable with the settings WordPress has to offer regarding your Homepage or Startpage as some call it. Those are not configured via that permalink setting of a specific page …
answered Feb 7 '11 by hakre

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