This is another test

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YATCT (Yet Another Twitter Card Test)

Spent entirely too much time today trying to figure out how to set up Twitter Cards for a client. I tried Yoast,  JM Twitter Cards plugin, and Jetpack. Turned out that Jetpack was the easiest to set up. I’ll have to try a little harder with the other two methods, but for right now Jetpack’s…

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Card test

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Blowing Smoke: Are HTML sites a better bet than WordPress?

It’s kind of painful to look at that title. But today, a new client of ours forwarded a comment made by his current web developer: [your site is] manually coded using HTML, CSS, Javascript, and JQuery in order to provide the greatest possible visibility to search engines over time. This is because WordPress websites, with…

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Flip position of site title and description in Genesis

You wouldn’t think this would be so hard to find, but it seems nobody has written how to put the site description above the site title in Genesis. Or my google-fu is exceptionally weak today. In any case, it’s actually quite easy, and this is a whole lot safer than mucking about with CSS positioning: You’re…

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Check for mobile and redirect

So today I needed to send users on mobile devices to an external URL. That’s easy enough, but the client needed users headed to a different external URL if they were headed to one particular section of the site. In the code below, I use wp_is_mobile to test the browser; if true, then I check…

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