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How to Get the Post Thumbnail URL in WordPress

Post Thumbnail URL

There are always a group of our readers who are trying to graduate the beginner level early and step into WordPress development. Many of them start by hacking their WordPress themes, creating child themes, or writing plugins. This makes them come across puzzling challenges. One… Read More »

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Jul 19, 2013
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How to Add RSS Subscription for Tags and Custom Taxonomy Archives

RSS for Tags and Taxonomies

Recently on WPBeginner, we wrote an article about how to allow users to subscribe to categories in WordPress. We briefly mentioned that WordPress offers RSS subscription for all taxonomies: categories, tags, and custom taxonomies. In this article, we will show you how to add RSS… Read More »

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Jul 9, 2013
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How to Add Numbers to Your WordPress Comments Layout

Comment Numbers

Earlier on WPBeginner, we showed you how to style your WordPress comments and the comment form. In this article, we will show you how to further customize the comment layout by adding numbers to your WordPress comments. Final results: Adding Comment Numbering in WordPress First… Read More »

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Jun 26, 2013
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How To Customize Blockquotes Style in WordPress Themes

Blockquotes

Quotes often are the most memorable part of your article. They are also the most shared part of any post or presentation. This is why newspapers and main stream media sites customize their blockquote style to make it stand out. In this article, we will… Read More »

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Jun 18, 2013
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How to Display Round Gravatar Images in WordPress

Round Gravatar Images

Recently, we showed you how to style your comments layout and how to style your comment form. One of our users emailed us and asked “how did you make your gravatar images round? Are you storing gravatar images locally to get them to be round?”… Read More »

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May 13, 2013
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How to Style Your WordPress Comments Layout

How to Style the WordPress Comments Layout

Recently we showed you how to style the WordPress comment form, and we thought it would be incomplete if we did not write about styling WordPress comments layout. In the past, we have discussed that there are default WordPress generated CSS classes and IDs to… Read More »

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May 9, 2013
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How to Add Numeric Pagination in Your WordPress Theme

Numeric Pagination

One of our readers recently asked us how do we add numeric pagination on the WPBeginner blog page. Default WordPress themes and many other themes display pagination links by adding Older posts and Newer Posts links at the bottom of your WordPress archive pages. However,… Read More »

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May 1, 2013
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How to Style WordPress Comment Form

Styling your comment form using WordPress generated CSS classes

Comments play a crucial role in building a community around your websites. Comments provide an interaction platform for your readers where they can share their thoughts and have a reason to come back. Here at WPBeginner, we have fostered great relationships with several users that… Read More »

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Mar 27, 2013
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How to Add Menu Descriptions in Your WordPress Themes

Menu Descriptions

WordPress menu system has a built-in feature where you can add descriptions with menu items. However, this feature is hidden by default. Even when enabled, displaying them is not supported without adding some code. Most themes are not designed with menu-item descriptions in mind. In… Read More »

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Feb 13, 2013
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How to Dynamically Change the oEmbed Width and Height in WordPress

Dynamic oEmbed Width and Height

In our earlier article, we showed you how to set oEmbed max width in WordPress 3.5 using $content_width. That is a perfectly good solution for changing the oEmbed max width and height, but that change is global. In a recent project, we wanted to have… Read More »

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Dec 19, 2012
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