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Mike’s Pick: Free WordPress Themes Jan 2014

I am going to try out something for the new year, a monthly list of cool looking free WordPress themes. This is the first one for January 2014 MiniMagazine MiniMagazine Blog is free responsive Magazine WordPress theme, perfect for a personal blog. Find MiniMagazine Here Elucidate Elucidate: A simple, clean theme with an emphasis on typography and white space. Elucidate is a fully responsive, mobile first theme based on Underscores. Find Elucidate Here Journal Box Journal Box is a flexible and fashionable theme for blog. It features two color options, allowing you to easily change it to a different style....

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A Fix For WordPress Photo Captions On Responsive Themes

My current WordPress Theme is Responsive and most images work correctly with the CSS, but I was having an issue with photos with captions breaking the responsive designs. I tried a few CSS fixes and didn’t see any change in how the images were being handled on my iPhone. I came across this function code which works for me. It helps to resize the captioned photos in WordPress when using responsive themes. https://gist.github.com/jentanbernardus/3023022 add_filter( ‘img_caption_shortcode’, ‘dap_responsive_img_caption_filter’, 10, 3 ); function dap_responsive_img_caption_filter( $val, $attr, $content = null ) { extract(shortcode_atts( array( ‘id’ => ”, ‘align’ => ”, ‘width’ => ”, ‘caption’...

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Required+ Foundation Full Search Results

Want Full Search Results in a Required+Foundation child theme? Here is how to do it. This is for Required+ Foundation version 1.0.10 Find and remove or comment out the lines marked remove below in Content.php: Original file with comments saying what to remove: <?php /** * The default template for displaying content single/search/archive * * @package required+ Foundation * @since required+ Foundation 0.3.0 */ ?> <!– START: content.php –> <article id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>" <?php post_class(); ?>> <header class="entry-header"> <?php if ( is_single() ) : ?> <h1 class="entry-title"><?php the_title(); ?></h1> <?php else : ?> <?php the_post_thumbnail(); ?> <h1 class="entry-title"> <a href="<?php...

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Using Jetpack Comments with Required+ Foundation

I wanted to use the WordPress Jetpack Comments feature on my site and found that the form wasn’t showing up with the original code for my site which uses the Required + Foundation basic framework so I did a quick search on Google and found a solution was to insert the comment form code into the comments.php instead of using the older comments template. Here is some code to help add the comment form to the comment.php for the Require+Foundation theme framework. Not sure if this is the best way to do it, but it seems to work for me...

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Site Updated With Required+ Foundation

I have used several different theme frameworks for the base of my site. I started the new look for my site by modifying an existing theme called Delicate. Delicate is a nifty little theme, but I wanted a bit more so I moved to Paglines. Pagelines gave me more than I ever needed in a theme framework and I found myself not using most of what was there. I began looking into making my own themes and decided to look for a free framework that I could base my new themes on and came across Foundation. I poked around a...

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The Art Of The Opt In

People visit blogs, they follow you on twitter, they friend you on Facebook. Most of the clients I have been recently working with do all that and more to try and get both their persona’s, their products, and their services out there. They live, breath, and sleep social media, they blog, and they offer a mailing list. The secret behind the opt in seems to be a combination of a call to action + offering a freebie. According to the business dictionary a call to action is : Words that urge the reader, listener, or viewer of a sales promotion...