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Add Custom font to TinyMCE Advanced

HTML, News, Wordpress | 15 January 2019

In this lession, we learn how to add/replace the fonts displayed on the dropdown using filter function in theme’s functions.php file.

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How to add id and class attributes to a contact form 7?

Tutorials, Wordpress | 14 January 2019

You can add any id and class to a form by adding the html_id and html_class attributes into a [contact-form-7] shortcode.

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How to change sub-menu class name with wp_nav_menu?

Wordpress | 07 January 2019

Here we will see how to change sub-menu class name with wp_nav_menu generated by wordpress. In WordPress, all sub-menus have the class ‘sub-menu’. To change it to a custom class, add the following code in your functions.php file.

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How to use custom category pagination in wordpress?

Wordpress | 31 December 2018

I have a custom loop on a custom template page in WordPress that is showing posts from a particular category. This all works great and shows everything I need, however I need to add some pagination … eventually.

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How to Use Shortcodes in your WordPress Sidebar Widgets?

Tutorials, Wordpress | 24 December 2018

First thing you need to do is drag & drop a Text widget to your WordPress sidebar on the Appearance » Widgets screen in your dashboard. After adding the widget, you can simply add your shortcode inside the text edit area of the widget.

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How to change contact form 7 textarea cols and rows?

Contact Form 7, Tutorials, Wordpress | 17 December 2018

You can also type 10x for cols and x2 for rows, if you want to have only one … In the

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jQuery active class based on the page url

jQuery, Tutorials, Wordpress | 23 August 2018

Sometimes we need to add active class to our custom menu items or sidebar menus. Simple bit of jQuery to add an active class to the current navigation item based on the page url.

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How to Disable Emoji Support in WordPress 4.2+ without a Plugin

Tutorials, Wordpress | 20 August 2018

Since the release of WordPress 4.2, support for emoji icons has been added into the mix of the many ongoing upgrades to the WordPress core. This has been continues with mixed reviews, in some cases emojis can be a welcomed fun upgrade to spice up your blog but from the more professional side of things they aren’t really needed.

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WordPress Ajax login without using a Plugin

Tutorials, Wordpress | 14 August 2018

Here we will see ajax login without using a plugin in WordPress. Follow the simple steps and learn this easy tutorial.

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