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. This tutorial will show you how to add nofollow to specific items using the new wp_nav_menu() function.
When you would use excluded categories: When using WordPress as more of a content management system (CMS) than a blogging platform, there are many things that you need control over. One of them is special-case categories. Frequently asked questions Testimonials Case studies Press releases When you have a category of posts that you don’t want […]
WordPress, just get the adjacent image links. I’ll tell you what to do with them! WordPress is normally great about providing functions that have a return and an echo version. In WordPress, if a function has the prefix get_, then it does not echo (print it into the content), but rather returns the result so […]
An updated website for a Denver career coach CAREERMagic came to Katz Web Design to give their website some fresh blood. When Career-Magic.com was last updated, I was in high school. Yes, it’s true — and I said it. The website not only needed updating visually, but there were a lot of parts of the […]