Tag Archives: WordPress

Messing with your Head – when to use WordPress template parts vs JavaScript

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Here I am … I’m messing with your head. I wanted to see how easy it is to get my Isotope Visual Layouts plugin for WordPress to change your your homepage. Actually it was too easy and the result is destruction and chaos. No-No – I’m Never Going to Mess with your Head First thing […]

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HOW TO Get Started with WordPress Multisite – build it in 5 minutes

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WordPress Multisite or WordPress Network or WPMU – any of these refer to WordPress when it has been setup as a network of blogs or websites. I’ve been using WordPress Multisite for about 3 years now – many more famous WordPress people have written about setting up WordPress Multisite, but this is my take on it. […]

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How to integrate your own Isotope jQuery plugin with your WordPress

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I was recently asked if it was easy to integrate Isotope jQuery plugin into a WordPress website. It’s not uncomplicated to add isotope.js to your website – it’s just not as easy as linking a script to your header. 2 Ways to add Isotope jQuery Plugin to WordPress As always, there are (at least) 2 […]

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Differences between a plugin and a theme

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In WordPress, as with many things, there are two ways to add features and customise your website, either with themes (php template files) or plugins.  There are multiple threads about what’s the difference between a theme and a plugin. A plugin ‘should not’ change your website design / look and feel … But a theme can do […]

How to disable Jetpack WordPress plugins

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Enabling and Disabling Jetpack for WordPress individual plugins presented a bit of a challenge recently. Not having used Jetpack before, I thought it time to try out this collection of plugins developed and maintained by Automattic over the past 4 weeks. I’ve discovered that Jetpack is a feature rich collection of plugins but I seriously doubled-up on plugins […]

Why I use WordPress?

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Why use WordPress and Compare WordPress features sound like pretty SEO friendly keywords. Right? And if you’re new to WordPress, you’ll probably see many articles focus on three words – Free, Simple & Easy.  These words tell you nothing about WordPress and so this is to help you decide to choose WordPress. I started using […]