The general rule of thumb for adding post-format support to a theme has always been to use a theme setup function hooked in the after_setup_theme action that included the add_theme_support( ‘post-formats’, array( ‘aside’, ‘quote’ ) ); (as an example). This is all fine and dandy but if you want to add additional post-formats via a … ∞
Wait! What!? Yes, you can actually forego using the once expected standard of making the “first” line of your child-theme’s stylesheet @import url( “../<parent-theme>/style.css” ); … but only in some scenarios. The keys to consider are the following: This is not a stylesheet only child-theme; and, There are no primary stylesheet definitions that need to … ∞
Just discovered that MAMP and OS X Yosemite have a bit of an issue. Fortunately the fix is quick, easy … and works! Rename the file envvars located in /Applications/MAMP/Library/bin to _envvars (note the underscore character). Enjoy! PS: This was for MAMP 3.0.5 …
I needed to find a mobile menu solution for Opus Primus, a WordPress theme … and within an hour I had one. First thing, I searched for a “mobile menu script” and then I had to choose one that suited my needs. I decided on SlickNav. It was relatively straight forward to implement SlickNav for … ∞
It’s not like I invented a new way to slice bread, the idea of filtering a define statement’s value where the constant could be used as an option just seemed to make a good deal of sense. I also decided to use the idea in the next release of Opus Primus. Here’s the premise: there … ∞
So you just tried to set up a new Multisite WordPress (sub-domain) installation and the sub-sites are not resolving … what went wrong?! Following all of the common articles (including one I wrote some time ago) I ran into this problem. Why could I not get any of the sub-sites I created to resolve? I … ∞
A new version of the dynamic copyright code introduced in the BNS themes by Cais and updated for use in the Opus Primus theme by Cais.
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Most plugins just have some standard details shown just below the plugin description when you look at your listing found under Plugins > Installed … wouldn’t it be nice to add your own specific links to the default ones WordPress already display? You can, and it really is quite easy. A standard hook call and … ∞