Posts Tagged ‘How To’

How To Improve Drupal Website Performance (a Reference)

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While I was researching on how to improve a Drupal based website’s performance and speed, I stumbled upon these 4 great articles during my every day learning journey. So I thought I’ll share them with you.

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5 Major CSS Changes Introduced With Latest Bootstrap Version 3

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Twitter Bootstrap.

Twitter Bootstrap is one of the most sought-after open source front-end framework that help in developing responsive and mobile-first projects. It contains a collection of tools such as the HTML and CSS-based design templates for several interface components (like typography, button, forms, etc.) and optional JS extensions. These tools are used for creating websites, as well as, web applications. Continue Reading »

How To Create High-End Drupal Mobile Website Using jQuery Mobile

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Drupal, unquestionably, is the most powerful and popular CMS platform available, these days. This open-source platform is gaining momentum from its peers for all the good reasons and it seems as if its popularity is skyrocketing with each passing day. From the top-notch views module to amazing SEO buoyancy, Drupal is all what you need to create any website from blogging to cooperate. Continue Reading »

How To Display Author’s Comment Count in WordPress Without a Plugin

In this tutorial, I will show you how to display the number of comments an author has posted in the post´s comment section without the need of a plugin, as shown in the image below:

Counting Author's Comments.

Everytime someone leaves a comment on any post, the Author´s comment total count will show up next to his/her name.

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How To Automatically Control The Manual Excerpt in WordPress

WordPress Excerpt is an optional summary of your posts. In this tutorial, I will show you how to automatically control the Manually typed excerpt AND the Automatically generated excerpt at the same time, by using a simple function and without the need of a plugin.

The image below shows the result when using CODE-Y below. Notice that both the Manually typed Excerpt and the Auto-generated excerpt are present. Continue Reading »

How To Use Your Gravatar as Favicon in WordPress

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to use Gravatar as Favicon in WordPress as shown in the image below. The image shows that I am using my Gravatar image as Favicon.

Boutros AbiChedid - Gravatar as Favicon.

A favicon (short for Favorite icon) is an image, most commonly 16×16 pixels, associated with a particular Website. The browsers typically display a page´s favicon in the address bar and next to the page´s name in a list of bookmarks and also in the browser tabs. Continue Reading »

How To Exclude Posts, Pages and More From WordPress Search Results

In this tutorial, I will show you how to refine and filter Search Results in your WordPress Blog´s front-end. Specifically, I will show you how to Exclude Posts, Pages, specific Categories, Custom Post Types and more from your WordPress Search Option.

In general, every WordPress Blog has a Search box that you can use to search based on your keywords. Continue Reading »

How To Display Your Latest Tweets in WordPress Without a Plugin

As of June 11, 2013, Twitter API v1 officially retired. The new version is Twitter API v1.1. Thus the code discussed in this post NO longer works. I will update this post with the new code if/when I find a solution. Thanks.

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How To Redirect First Time Commenters in WordPress Without a Plugin

In this tutorial, I will show you two separate codes on how to Redirect all your WordPress Commenters to a Thank You page, and also how to only Redirect your First Time Commenters to a Thank You Page without the need of a plugin.

This tutorial is for you, if you are asking one of these 2 questions:

  1. How can I get ALL my WordPress commenters to redirect to a fancy “Thank You” page. Continue Reading »