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Full sized Graphene Slider

It is possible to have a full-sized Graphene Slider without pushing left of right sidebar downwards. Here I’m gonna tell you how to expand the slider width without affecting anything in the loop. 1st Step: Disable slider. Yes! disable Graphene slider (Graphene Options-> General –> Slider Options–> Disable Slider. 2nd Step: Add this code to …

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Fix: “WordPress SEO by Yoast” prints site title twice

If you are using “WordPress SEO by Yoast” plugin, then you may have noticed that it prints the site name two times in page title. For example, if the site name is MY BLOG, then it prints “post title – MY BLOG – MY BLOG“. This is a common issue in hard coded themes. They …

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how to create a twitter bot

In my previous post I’ve given a php script which can be used to create twitter bots. Here I’m explaining how to create twitter bot using that app. No coding skills are required to create bot using the above script. Before going through this article, please make sure that you’ve, 1. a twitter …

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How to display code in WordPress post

wp-syntax button on visual editor

When you try to display HTML, php or any other code in wordpress blog posts, it executes the code instead of displaying it. So you’ll see the implementation of your code in the post. Even <code> or <tt> tags will not help you to display the exact code in the post. Then how can you …

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Where to put Google Analytics code in WordPress?

When you register your site at Google Analytics, it gives a piece of JavaScript and tells you to put that code immediately before the </head> tag on your site. Thats a tricky thing if you are using WordPress as CMS in your site. Because it is almost impossible to put the code on …

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