chrisaiv


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Name: Chris

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Website: http://www.chrisjmendez.com

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https://www.chrisjmendez.com/2014/09/19/wordpress-disable-html-in-wordpress-comments/
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https://www.chrisjmendez.com/2014/09/19/wordpress-replace-a-themes-google-font-with-your-own/
0 165 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
This is similar to [example 1](http://snipplr.com/view/77687/wordpress-change-admin-email-to-new-users/) but more portable.
0 152 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
enter the full name you want displayed alongside the email address
0 153 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
enter the full email address you want displayed
0 172 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Remove all those boxes on the Wordpress Dashboard
0 134 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Gravity Forms by default will write an inline JavaScript call to jQuery on every form you add to a page.
0 119 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Eventually, you're going to need to style this website so here are a few tricks
0 107 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Prevents wordpress back-end from stripping formatting
0 81 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Over the years, wordpress has placed a lot of junk in their system.
0 128 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Disallow HTML in WordPress comments, add this snippet to your functions.php file.
0 157 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
You might also consider just installing this Wordpress plug-in. It's way easier https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-typography/
0 117 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Add Login / Logout to your WordPress Menu. You must have UserPro
0 122 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
If you make a lot of edits, eventually the revisions will start to bother you or bog down your database. Heres how you can put a cap on the number of recorded revisions.
0 112 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Sometimes you don't want robots snooping around certain files. Here's one example of a custom configuration.
0 132 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
These are performance tricks to improve your Wordpress application.
0 143 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
To encourage subscribers to visit your website, rather than letting them just consume content through your RSS feed, you might want to display only the excerpt and featured image of posts.
0 123 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
If you want statistics about your subscribers, you’ll have to use FeedBurner instead of Wordpress' out-of-the-box feed.
0 128 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
If you’d like to show posts from only one category on your homepage, then it’s easy enough to do.
0 131 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
If you user logs in and they're on a mobile phone, they might get that annoying black bar on top. This script removes that if they can edit posts or on mobile.
0 122 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Checks if a particular user has a role.
0 141 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
It's probably not a good idea to always use this trick but if you need to, you'll be glad you bookmarked this script.
0 115 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Insert a favicon using functions.php
0 77 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
One thing that can go wrong in WordPress magazine themes is when users include too many words before the more tag.
0 118 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
Simply paste the following snippet of code into your theme’s functions.php file and adjust the CSS on line 4 as needed.
0 162 posted 6 years ago by chrisaiv
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