AddThis is a popular social media sharing tool. But if you’re using this tool on a WordPress theme that uses the border-box sizing model, you will notice that the right side of the counter bubble is cut off. The entire image is not shown because AddThis’s CSS instructs the container of the image to use […]
Category – Blog Tech
These are posts about blogging and web development. Here I share knowledge on various web technologies like HTML, CSS, PHP, JS, MySQL and other things I learned from the web or simply stumbled on my own. Most of these posts are WordPress Tutorials for both developers and simple users.
There are some cases where you might want to add your own language files to have your theme translated in your target language. One instance is if your language isn’t present among those that are provided by the theme developer. Another case is if the theme doesn’t package any language files at all. Examples of […]
Most WordPress themes have the default comment notes enabled on the the comment form. You’ve probably seen the little text that informs a visitor or a potential commenter of what HTML tags are available for use on the comments: You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> […]
How to remove or hide titles on WordPress posts and pages? A frequently asked question. Add CSS to Hide that Title Adding some lines to your chosen theme’s style.css or your favorite Custom CSS plugin could make those unsightly titles disappear. A simple tutorial on CSS. You Does this work? Me Of course not… or […]