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Add code to functions.php in wordpress via a plugin

Custom code without hacking functions.php So you want to add code to your wordpress theme but don’t want to mess directly with your functions.php file to make things more like you want. Adding some code in the form of a function to the “functions.php” file of your active theme is simple enough if you know what you’re doing but one extra } or / and the whole site will go down. The other issue with adding directly to your functions.php is when you change your theme that piece of code is no longer in effect and you need to code it again in the new theme. So if you wish to have portability and ease of adding then it should be done via some kind of a plugin. So that the effect is persistent across themes. And the good news is, that there indeed are few plugins for the task. 1. Functionality Plugin The Functionality Plugin is a sneaky little plugin that installs itself, and creates a “blank plugin” bearing the name of the site. It creates an option “Plugins > Edit functions” which takes the user to the editor page for the new blank plugin. The user can add all custom functions inside this new blank plugin and it would run alongside the theme functions and other plugins. Simple and effective. 2. Pluginception Pluginception is another simple plugin that is similar to the Functionality plugin but with some differences. It adds an option “Plugins > Create a New Plugin” where the user can create multiple new blank plugins and put code inside each of them. The plugin can then be managed from... read more

Quickly move from one table to another in Word 2013

Going to a specific page in Word is a common task and easy to do using the Find and Replace dialog box. You can also use this same way to jump from one table directly to the next table in your document. You don’t have to be in a table to jump to the next table, just put the cursor in any paragraph or table and press F5 or use the Ctrl + G keystroke combination to open the Find and Replace dialog box. Clicking Next will show the next table in your document, the Find and Replace dialog box stays open. You can always jump to the previous table by just clicking Previous. The last function you can do is jump to a specific table by entering a table number in the edit box and clicking Go To. You’ll notice I have typed in 5 this will go to the 5th table in your document, if there is a 5 tables. If you enter a ‘+’ or a ‘-‘ before the number, the cursor will move relative to the current location. This is a feature and comes to its own when the document is lengthy with many tables.  ... read more

Gif, Jpeg, Png confused? Picking the right image format

Picking the right image format This infographic showcases the best uses for popular image format JPEG, GIF, and PNG file formats. The graphic comes from Who Is Hosting This. When working with images, certain file formats may be better than others, depending on what your goals are. It will help you choose the right file type when saving an image. JPEG’s ability to reduce file size up to 15% without losing quality makes it useful for web pages (faster uploads and less storage space usage)—especially for colorful photos. GIF files alows for transparency and animation; they’re best for simple images with few colors. PNG is great for logos and might be more attractive than JPEG and GIF, depending on if file size is an issue or... read more
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