Monthly Archives: March 2010

Google Charts?

Google Charts in WordPress? Hmm, maybe!

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Posted in Misc

Style WordPress images and captions

When inserting an image into the rich text editor you get the following: When viewing the code in the HTML tab you see that the following Shortcode is created: And the Shortcode creates the following HTML: When developing new themes

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Posted in Beginner

How to change the allowed HTML tags for WordPress

WordPress by default filters out potentially harmful and/or invalid HTML. But in some cases you might want some of that invalid HTML! One of those cases occurred today when we needed to embed a Google Form in a post. To

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Posted in Intermediate

Never use PHP short tags for WordPress development

Today while working on a project where we had collaborated with freelance developers I noticed that some pages weren’t looking as they should. A quick glance at the code revealed that the developer was using “short tags” to include the

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Posted in Best Practices, Misc

Embed Flash files in WordPress

While developing a site for a client a need emerged for us to be able to embed Flash files in the content. To do so you could paste some HTML in the content editor and hope for it not to

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Posted in Beginner

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