Two Easy Ways to Add “nofollow” to WordPress Menu Items

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. Continue reading “Two Easy Ways to Add “nofollow” to WordPress Menu Items”

Save Coding Time by Creating Special-Case Categories in WordPress

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 to have comments, publishing dates, post author, etc., you can define a list of excluded categories. In most cases, you should use Category Templates to achieve this functionality, but that is not always practical or the best option. Continue reading “Save Coding Time by Creating Special-Case Categories in WordPress”

Get Adjacent Images – More WordPress Functions

Get the adjacent photo, man.

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 that it can be saved as a variable, like so:  $example = get_example();

There are some functions that only have echo capability, so I wanted to share my work-around with you all.

Updated image_link functions

  • adjacent_image_link() » get_adjacent_image_link()
  • previous_image_link() » get_previous_image_link()
  • next_image_link() » get_next_image_link()

Continue reading “Get Adjacent Images – More WordPress Functions”

Career-Magic.com Launched

New CareerMagic Website Design

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 website that needed to be better integrated with how the business ran.  The new Career-Magic.com website launched last night. Continue reading “Career-Magic.com Launched”