A reader recently commented on our How to Name Your WordPress Theme post asking how to hide the theme information from being seen when someone looks at your site info.
It is actually a pretty simple fix that can be done in less than two minutes.
All you need to do is open up your theme’s function.php file.
Add the line of code below and your theme information will no longer show when someone views your site information in their browser.
If you need help feel free to leave a comment below.
Today while do some work on the new LifeTrak Personal Training site we needed to add an external link to the custom menu. Simple enough task but what if we wanted to the link to open up in a new window?
WordPress does give you this option but hides it from the default custom menu screen.
Today WordPress announced the first beta of WordPress 3.5. As a footnote to the release they also slipped in their newest theme, Twenty Twelve. To download the Twenty Twelve theme by WordPress click here.
We are proud to announce the launch of the new AFScott.com.
The AFScott team approached us when they realized it was time to upgrade from their current site which had been done years before. The biggest change they were looking for was for the new site to be put into a content management system so they could blog more and update content themselves. As we do with most of our clients, the site is a custom theme built on WordPress.Read more
If you’re looking to display an RSS Feed on a WordPress page it can actually be done in less than 5 minutes.
If you’re looking to hard-code this into one of your page templates then paste the following code where you want it.
This afternoon WordPress dropped a maintenance release to the world. Here are the full release notes:
Today WordPress made a security and maintenance release by unveiling version 3.4.1.
Here are the WordPress 3.4.1 Release notes…
Today WordPress released version 3.4 “Green” into the wild.
Below is the official release notes from WordPress.org.
WordPress officially released WordPress 3.3.2 today.
Here are the official WordPress 3.3.2 release notes:
Three external libraries included in WordPress received security updates:
- Plupload (version 1.5.4), which WordPress uses for uploading media.
- SWFUpload, which WordPress previously used for uploading media, and may still be in use by plugins.
- SWFObject, which WordPress previously used to embed Flash content, and may still be in use by plugins and themes.
WordPress 3.3.2 also addresses:
- Limited privilege escalation where a site administrator could deactivate network-wide plugins when running a WordPress network under particular circumstances.
- Cross-site scripting vulnerability when making URLs clickable.
- Cross-site scripting vulnerabilities in redirects after posting comments in older browsers, and when filtering URLs.
A full log of the changes made for 3.3.2 can be found at http://core.trac.wordpress.org/changeset?new=20550%40branches%2F3.3&old=20087%40branches%2F3.3
Earlier this week our friends at Meet Me On Board asked us to look into an issue where their RSS feed was not working properly.
When you tried to reach their feed you would receive the following message:
“XML Parsing Error: XML or text declaration not at start of entity”