Sunday, 22nd Jan 2017

Tag Archive: child theme

How to create an HTML sitemap in WordPress

An HTML sitemap makes it easier for users to find content in your site. If you visit my archives page, you can see a list of my published posts under each category. There are plenty of plugins to create such sitemaps in a WordPress site. But with a bit of php code, …

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Animate Return to top using jQuery in Graphene Theme

Graphene Theme puts a Return to top link in the footer. When you click it, you’ll instantly go back to top of the page. But it is too plain. You can see this here. Scroll down to footer and click Return to top. This post shows how to animate Return to …

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WordPress: Change Number of Posts on Archive Page

WordPress archive pages include category archive, tag archive, yearly archive etc., WordPress shows same number of posts on archive pages as you’ve set for blog page on reading settings. There isn’t any option to change number of posts on archive pages. But here is a simple solution to change it. Here is a custom function …

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Fixed position Graphene theme header menu

The Graphene theme header menu is placed just below the header image. It scrolls up/down with the page itself. So, the navigation menu is not visible all the time. But, it is possible to change it’s relative position to fixed position by adding some CSS code to Custom CSS …

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Graphene Child Theme Template

It is always better to use a child theme while doing changes to the site / theme. But, as a volunteer at the Graphene Theme Support forum, I see so many people struggling to set up a child theme for the Graphene theme. So, I’ve decided to create a …

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