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Remove Emoji Metadata and Scripts from WordPress

In Version 4.2 Wordpress introduced Emoji Support. No you can messs with all those tiny icons that tend to express emotions better and shorter than words. While Emojis prove very useful in mobile environments, they are not so much present in the…

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How to add a Subtitle Meta Box to Post or Pages

Sometimes a title is not enough. So you might want to  add an additional subtitle to your posts or pages. Thankfully wordpress provides all the functionality to edit the content creation pages as you want. This sneaky little snippet creates a…

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Remove Visual Composer Metadata from Sourcecode

Visual Composer is a useful plugin but as many others it leaves it's traces in the sourcecode of you website. Simply add this snippet to your functions.php to prevent this bevaior. add_action('init', 'myoverride', 100); function myoverride() { remove_action('wp_head', array(visual_composer(), 'addMetaData'));…

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Optimize Your WordPress

Using complex themes and various plugins. Wordpress might start to feel slow. hee is a list of links and ideas to solve this and to speed up your system. Things You Should Do After Installing WordPress What’s the best Caching Plugin?…

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Using WordPress Dashicons in the frontend

Usually, the beautiful WordPress dashicons are available in the backend only. So if you want to use them in the frontend you have to be logged in for the according stylesheets to be loaded properly. Nevertheless , as the dashicons can be…

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Installing WordPress

WordPress is well-known for its ease of installation. Under most circumstances, installing WordPress is a very simple process and takes less than five minutes to complete. Many web hosts now offer tools (e.g. Fantastico) to automatically install WordPress for you. However, if you wish to install WordPress yourself, the following guide will help. Now with Automatic Upgrade, upgrading is even easier.

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