How to add the total share count from Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to a WordPress theme.
I do a lot of writing in WordPress, but the default typography is pretty weak. The text is too small, the lines too close together, and the fonts aren’t great, either. Fortunately, this is pretty easy to fix, so I built a little plugin.
It is easy to forget to update the copyright notice on your website or blog every year. Fortunately, you don’t have to. Instead, you can use this bit of code:
I recently wrote up my feelings about Thesis 2 on Lawyerist. Here are the choice bits: If Thesis 2 was supposed to empower unsophisticated users, it is a failure. The Skins Editor is far more complicated than the old settings panel, from which you could change the layout and all the colors and fonts from […]
If you set up a WordPress Multisite Network on a server with other websites on it (for example, Lawyerist Sites is hosted on the Lawyerist server, so there are a number of directories on the server. If your network is set up similarly, you will probably get frustrated trying to set up domain mapping according […]
It’s easy to add your own dashboard widget to WordPress, and one of the easiest to widgets to add is one that displays recent updates from any RSS feed. I put together the above widget for a project I am working on so we can promote Lawyerist posts to users. Here’s what goes into the […]
The Polldaddy Polls & Ratings WordPress plugin is an easy way to enable readers to rate comments, either on a 5-star scale, or “Nero”-style thumbs up or down. However, it won’t work for adding ratings to comments if you use Thesis. Fortunately, it is an easy fix. Just go to Plugins > Editor, then select […]
I wanted to share my code for numbered page navigation in Thesis. I started with a numbered pages tutorial that no longer exists, but wound up modifying it to add smart first/last and prev/next buttons. You can see it in action on Caveat Emptor, Lawyerist, and Bitter Lawyer. Here is what to plug into your custom.css […]