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How to: Embed Shortcodes in a WordPress Theme

11th January 2013

If you’ve been using WordPress for a while, you will have come across shortcodes. They’re used to run certain functions, with a number built into WordPress and numerous others installed with plugins. They look something like this: [shortcode] or [shortcode] [/shortcode] Usually you just copy or type them straight into the content area of your…

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How to: Correctly Include JavaScript Files in WordPress Themes

23rd November 2012

There are quite a few ways to include¬†JavaScript files into a theme, but only one method that is recommended by WordPress. The reason? To ensure maximum¬†compatibility¬†with updates and plugins, and avoid scripts being called multiple times. Following their guidelines, whether you’re handing over to a client, developing for yourself, or putting out a free theme…

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How to: Remove the Yellow Input Field Outline in Chrome

6th June 2012

Get annoyed by the mustard colour highlight which Google Chrome puts around input boxes? It looks something like this: Here’s how to be rid of them quickly and easily using CSS. Open your stylesheet and add the following rule:

Save, upload and you’re done.


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