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How To Show Your Schedule Blogs On Your Blog Home Page

August 23, 2013 0 Comments
How To Show Your Schedule Blogs On Your Blog Home Page

In our last post we have discussed about ‘How to Schedule Your Post in WordPress’. But it could be better if we show our future upcoming posts in our website. So, all of our readers will know what they will have in future posts. We can’t find this feature more in WordPress premium themes. So, we […]

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How to Schedule Your Post in WordPress

August 19, 2013 1 Comment
How to Schedule Your Post in WordPress

Are you a dedicated blogger? If yes, then you don’t abandon your blog while you are going for a one week vacation. Or you may stay abroad for one year and your blog peek time is 1.00 a.m. as per new time zone when most of visitor sees your blog. No problem, WordPress template has […]

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TURNING YOUR HTML TEMPLATE INTO A WORDPRESS THEME

August 18, 2013 0 Comments
TURNING YOUR HTML TEMPLATE INTO A WORDPRESS THEME

Current post is about converting HTML template to WordPress Theme. First decide your custom theme name and create a new folder with this name. Copy image folder from your old website folder and paste it into the new folder.  Always create a backup of all the files that currently make up your static website Now […]

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Creating a simple Widget in WordPress

January 7, 2013 0 Comments
Creating a simple Widget in WordPress

As I have written in my Previous Post, Here is an example of creating a widget in WordPress – I have created a simple widget with Title and Message field. It has no practical use as such. But if you place this simple widget to sidbar of your wordpress theme, you can see the effect […]

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WordPress Widget Creation – An Introduction

December 30, 2012 0 Comments
WordPress Widget Creation – An Introduction

I am sharing my experience in WordPress Widget creation, as I have learned for some client of mine. To create a widget, we only need to extend the standard WP_Widget class and some of its functions.  Open functions.php and add the lines below: class My_Widget extends WP_Widget {          public function __construct() {                // widget actual […]

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