Articles : Front End

Include a custom post type in search results on WordPress

For today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you two ways you can include custom post types on your site’s search results. Custom Post Types aren’t included in results by default, so we need to tweak our theme just a little to make it happen.

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OK, hipsters, the menu icon looks nothing like a hamburger

I’ve been seeing and hearing this for a while now and it’s really bugging the hell out of me. Yes, I’ve some issues, but humour me for a moment here. I’m about to rail against web designers and developers referring to the menu icon as […]

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How to add related posts links to your WordPress site (without a plugin)

If you scroll down to the bottom of this post, you’ll see above the comments section an aside displaying three other posts on my blog related to the topic we’re discussing here. This can be an affective way to keep people on your site as […]

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How to add social sharing links to your WordPress theme (without a plugin)

One of the things that I prefer to do when building a new WordPress theme is to keep performance in mind, and part of this means looking for opportunities to do reduce the number of plugins I’ll need to rely on.

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How to use Google Fonts in your WordPress theme (the right way)

If you’re using Google Fonts as part of your WordPress theme’s design, there are a number of ways to use them. Here’s the right way to do it and it’ll take you less than five minutes.

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