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.
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.
A lot guys ask me how to display the next post and previous post in the WordPress single.php template, also I have no idea, and I have searched for a long time and found a solution, which can help you display the next post in the same category. (The WordPress’ default next/previous functions seems useless these days, especially for the news, magazine WordPress themes!)
In fact, the WordPress has it’s own build in function, which can help you display the next post in the same category, you can check it out here.
Here is the code, copy and paste to your single.php
<?php next_post_link('%link', 'Next post in category', TRUE); ?>
<?php previous_post_link('%link', 'Previous in category', TRUE); ?>
However, this function can’t work if you assign one post to multiple categories! Is there any ways to solve this problem? And most of the time, when you click one tag, then your site may list a lot posts under one tag, usually you need to click one link, then click another link, right? How can we just click the next link then we can see the next post?
What if the user came to that post from a tag page or from an author page? Wouldn’t it make more sense to display previous / next posts from that particular set?
O.K, here is the solution for these headache problems!
Whenever a visitor goes to an archive page (category, tag, date, author, search etc.), the plugin notes which archive it is in a browser cookie, then you can click the next post link to view the next post under the same category or tag or search results!!!
How to use it?
Copy and paste the following php code to your single.php file
One of my client’s site want to change it’s pages to posts, then he can categorize the posts, with category and tags, the posts made it easy to manage, especially when you have a lot posts. Today I will show you how to transfer your pages to posts or change your posts to pages in 2 ways.
1. Update your database.
Changing posts from pages is incredibly easy. All you have to do is run this short SQL query through PHPMyAdmin.
UPDATE wp_posts SET post_type = 'page' WHERE post_type = 'post'
As you can see from the above code, all content on WordPress is stored in one table, therefore you are simply changing the type of content from a post to a page. As you would expect, you can change content from pages to post in much the same way.
UPDATE wp_posts SET post_type = 'post' WHERE post_type = 'page'
The main limitation from using the above SQL command is that all pages would be converted into posts but would not have a category attached to them i.e. the post would be uncategorized.
2. Use WordPress Plugins.
Here is a great simple easy plugin which can help you change to posts to pages, or pages to posts, work with latest WordPress version, that’s pTypeConverter.
With the help of pTypeConverter, you can converts post types from one to another easily, that means no matter you want to change post to page or page to post, this plugin can do for you. This free WordPress plugin pTypeConverter allows you to easily convert any post type of a certain post to another in an easy to use interface. The plugin will let you change posts to pages and vice versa at the click of a button. It is WordPress 3.0 ready too so allows you to change posts into pages, attachments, revisions and navigation items. A pTypeConverter role capability prevents unwanted users from converting pages (i.e. only Administrators and Editors have this ability to begin with), which can be adjusted by using a Role Manager plugin. Enjoy.
Here is a very good news for all ithemes builder theme users and future users who want to buy ithemes premium WordPress themes, because Responsive is Coming to iThemes Builder!
That means from now on, ithemes builder theme will support almost all devices greatly, no matter ipad or iphone or any other mobile devices, you can get responsive layout now. (As you know that the responsive design is more user friendly.)
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How to Implement Google Custom Search Results into WordPress Based Websites Without Plugins
WordPress has a relatively good search functionality but tends to get sluggish and doesn’t match keywords that well, and of course when you make a search, WordPress will use a lot resources, why not use the Google custom search instead the default search forms? This is even more apparent when your site is quite large and you have many posts and/or pages. In addition, wordpress search functionality display results ordered by date and not by its relevance to the keywords. If you want to use Google custom search, here are 2 popular Google Custom Search plugins for you to choose from:
The WordPress theme Twenty Twelve was officially released early today! If you are looking for a simple, easy to use and clean coded free WordPress theme, the Twenty Twelve is for you.
OK, here is a screenshot of the latest new free WordPress theme from the WordPress official site wordpress.org
Twenty Twelve is an elegant, readable, and fully responsive theme that makes your site content look its best on any device.
The free WordPress theme Twenty Twelve is a fully responsive theme that looks great on any device, there is no need to looking for a mobile theme or pad theme now, you can use this cool responsive free WordPress theme, which is great for blogs. Features include a front page template with a its own widgets, styling for post formats on both index and single views, an optional display font, and an optional no-sidebar page template. Make it yours with header image, a custom menu, and background. I have used the Twenty Ten theme and Twenty Eleven, and found the Twenty Twelve theme is the best one. Responsive, html5 ready, a lot new features support the WordPress latest version. If you are looking for a valid coded, search engine optimized simple easy to use free WordPress theme, the Twenty Twelve is for you.
Twenty Twelve Front Page Template
A key component of this theme is a special front page template. This template meets the need for a carefully crafted introductory page. Add text, images, video, anything you’d like to the upper area, then arrange front-page-only widgets below in one or two columns.
Responsive, Mobile-first Layout
What makes this theme really shine are the design details. Starting with a thoughtfully crafted mobile-first layout, Twenty Twelve is intended to be viewed on any size device from smartphones and tablets up to the latest and greatest HiDPI screens. No matter how your readers decide to visit, it’ll remain good-looking, readable, and usable.
Widgets and No-sidebar Layout
Twenty Twelve loves the no-sidebar look as much as you do. Use the optional “Full-width page, no sidebar” page template to remove the sidebar from any page. Want to simplify even more and remove the sidebar from all your posts and pages? You guessed it! Simply remove any active widgets to the Main Sidebar area and the sidebar will disappear.
custom-background, custom-header, custom-menu, editor-style, featured-images, flexible-header, flexible-width, full-width-template, gray, light, microformats, one-column, post-formats, right sidebar, rtl-language-support, sticky-post, theme-options, translation-ready, two columns, white
You can get a demo version here
just download directly here or view the details page here.