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If you get 404 error page when you click the links at the WordPress admin panel using Nginx, here is the solution.
Find the file:
Open it with text editor, add the following code before the head<?php
<base href=”/wp-admin/” />
Then refresh your page.
The Full Frame is a brand new premium WordPress theme which is perfect for photography/portfolio related websites, no matter you’re a photographer or a just a photo lover, you can try this for your photo portfolio blog!
Full Frame is a post-format-loving WordPress theme for showcasing images, galleries and videos. Tell stories and present your work in a unique way.
Full Frame adapts to different screen sizes so that your website will work (and be optimized for) iPhones, iPads, Android and other mobile devices.
LIVE THEME CUSTOMIZATION
Preview your theme customization changes instantly on the page before saving. Change colors, fonts, logos, header images and add custom CSS.
CUSTOM HEADERS AND BACKGROUNDS
The featured image of each post becomes that post’s background image on home and archive pages. You can optionally add a custom header image, logo, and site description to create a custom header area that will sit above the navigation menu on all pages.
The “nofollow” plays a very important role in the “SEO”, some of you may don’t know how to add “nofollow” to the WordPress menu links, some of you may don’t use the WordPress menu, however, for most of us now use WordPress menu, in this tutorial, I will show you a very simple and easy way to add the “nofollow” to specific items using the new wp_nav_menu() function, then you can add “nofollow” to any of the links in the menu!
By default, WordPress menus don’t have the ability to add “nofollow” to the link items, but WordPress 3.0+ has the functionality built in.
- Go WordPress admin Panel;
- Click Appearance – Menus;
- Click the “Screen Options” tab on the top right;
- Check the “Link Relationship (XFN) box
- Enter “nofollow” as the Link Relationship (XFN)
- Then save the menu. That’s it!
Do you know how to add nofollow to the WordPress menu links now? If you have any questions on WordPress, don’t hesitate asking us.
Here is another set of 20 great responsive web designs, you can check the first part here.
30 Great Responsive Web Design Examples
Day by day, the number of devices, platforms, and browsers that need to work with your site grows. Responsive web design represents a fundamental shift in how we’ll build websites for the decade to come. Responsive Web design is in its early stages, as Web designers look for solutions as they serve content for large screens and portable devices alike. If you are looking for some great sites that created with responsive designs, here are 30 cool websites that with responsive designs. Click the images to view the websites.