Remove Items from WordPress Admin

Sometimes our clients don’t need access to everything WordPress offers — most often, the Links and Comments areas. Rather than cause confusion, we just hide what they isn’t needed:

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Move Titles Around in Genesis

From time to time, we like pulling titles out of the normal flow of the page and put them somewhere else. Like above the content-sidebar div (or whatever div holds the page content). This causes problems, though; a customized homepage layout ends up with an unwanted title, category and archive pages display the first post…

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CPT Single Post Template with Content Check

This code is written to work with Pippin’s Easy Custom Post Types. While we’re making heavy use of Types & Views these days (check them out, they’re freaking awesome), we thought this code might be handy to someone out there in WP land. We used this function to create a custom post type for listing…

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Using WordPress: The Series

We have a series of “how-to” videos we add to our client’s sites. The sample here will make your life easier when it comes to getting your photos cropped and scaled for use on your own WordPress site — this comes in handy if you don’t have a copy of Photoshop or another image editor…

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A different way to include stylesheets

Here’s another way to link to stylesheets. It may be overkill for some things, but definitely useful for plugin developers. I’m thinking of sending the link to every plugin author who echoes 50 lines of CSS into my page headers. Thanks a lot.

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