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This is the tutorial I wish I had found when I first wanted to know how to add a second widget-ready sidebar. Step One : Create a second sidebar file 1)a: Add content to sidebar2.php 1)b: Upload sidebar2.php Step Two : Add the new sidebar to your WordPress layout 2)a: Find the code that calls the original sidebar 2)b: Add your own includes Step Three : Use functions.php to tell your theme about the new sidebar 3)a: Insert widget-ready CSS 3)b: check your work Step One: Create a second sidebar file Create an empty text file and give it a name.
Function Reference/wp nav menu Languages : English • 日本語 • Português do Brasil • ( Add your language ) Description Displays a navigation menu created in the Appearance → Menus panel. Given a theme_location parameter, the function displays the menu assigned to that location, or nothing if no such location exists or no menu is assigned to it. If not given a theme_location parameter, the function displays
Custom Navigation Menus feature in WordPress 3.0 will make WordPress even more user friendly for beginners. This function let you organize your menu, create drop down menus, add new items to menu, and much more. The drag-and-drop function of this feature is what makes it extremely easy to use. This feature will not be available in older themes unless the theme author(s) update their themes.
Almost two years ago I published an article on how to create custom WordPress menus that highlighted the current page . It’s still one of the most popular posts on this site, and for good reason: Current page highlighting is vital to ensure a good user experience for your visitors. Without current page highlighting it’s hard for the visitor to know if she is on the correct page or not. Now it’s time to upgrade that tutorial to incorporate the new custom menu functionality in WordPress 3.0 and also add some new functionality. WordPress 3.0 menus simplify everything… once you understand them One of the major improvements shipped in WordPress 3.0 was the custom menu functionality.
Dynamic Menu Highlighting This article, written to accord with WordPress 1.5, is now obsolete. Please take caution when following its contents, as many things may have changed.
I have published an updated tutorial on this topic entitled Highlight Current Page or Category in WordPress 3.0 Menus . Click here to read the new article. WordPress has a lot of built in functionality that you can tap for advanced customization. One of these which is often ignored is the ability to highlight the current page in menus with CSS.
Function Reference/query posts Languages : English • Italiano • 日本語 • 中文(简体) • Português do Brasil • ( Add your language ) Description query_posts() is the easiest, but not preferred or most efficient, way to alter the main query that WordPress uses to display posts.
Template Tags/get posts Languages : English • 日本語 • 中文(简体) • ( Add your language ) Description The most appropriate use for get_posts is to create an array of posts based on a set of parameters. It retrieves a list of latest posts or posts matching this criteria. get_posts can also be used to create Multiple Loops, though a more direct reference to WP_Query using new WP_Query is preferred in this case. The parameters of get_posts are similar to those of get_pages but is implemented quite differently, and should be used in appropriate scenarios. get_posts uses WP_Query , whereas get_pages queries the database more directly.
Function Reference/bloginfo Languages : English • Türkçe • 日本語 • Português do Brasil • 中文(简体) • ( Add your language ) Description Displays information about your site, mostly gathered from the information you supply in your User Profile and General Settings WordPress Administration Screens .
Formatting Date and Time Languages : English • 日本語 • Português do Brasil • Русский • 中文(简体) • 中文(繁體) • Italiano • ( Add your language ) Customizing the Time and Date Certain WordPress tag functions are used to display or return date and time information; the_date() and the_time() are examples of this.
A friend of mine told me recently that he was using WPHub to find out how to customise his website. I was flattered however he pointed out that he couldn’t find my search box initially as it was placed in my navbar. It is sometimes easy to disregard things like this. It was something I never thought would be a problem though you would expect this since I know the WP Mods design well. As you can see from the screenshot below, the search box used to be at the right hand side of the navbar.
Après la création des templates pour un thème WordPress et les tutoriels sur le référencement pendant l’été, il est temps d’aborder toute la partie design du blog. Comment réaliser son propre design de blog ? Comment l’intégrer ensuite au code ?
Pas de moins de 30 astuces PHP figurent dans cette liste pour modifier WordPress à votre convenance. 30 hacks à partager entre fans de WordPress bien entendu ! #1 – Créer des custom post types avec WordPress Les custom post types de WordPress vont nous permettre de créer des types de contenu sur-mesure associant une taxonomie particulière. Différent d’un modèle d’article – bientôt implémentés dans WordPress 3.1, l’usage des custom post types est de plus en plus répandus pour des sites professionnels. #2 – Comment changer la fréquence de sauvegarde des brouillons de WordPress
Styling Theme Forms Every theme for WordPress has at least two forms: Search and Comments . If you are developing a WordPress Theme or want to make some adjustments to your Theme's forms, you can customize your forms to match the overall Theme. WordPress Form Styling
Categories: Wordpress If you are looking for php code or a plugin for your WordPress that takes a post ID and returns the database record for that post then read on. This is very helpful when you want to show a specific post on your homepage or other pages to get more attention. It allows you to design your homepage or a page with the post(s) that you want to be shown on the page rather than the 10 recent posts that the WordPress automatically chooses for you. PHP Code Example to Query a WordPress Post Example 1