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Oakwood Creative is hiring a front end developer!

The company I work for is currently hiring a front end developer. So if you’re located in Stockholm, Sweden or willing to relocate you should definitely check it out! We have put together a small site for you turn into

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Add the browser name and version to the body class

As suggested by Phil Irish, the best way to make browser specific CSS is with a class on the body element rather than separate CSS files or complex hacks. In his example he used conditional HTML to create multiple body-tags,

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Keep a track of what happens in your header and footer

When developing a theme you should execute the wp_head and wp_footer functions in your theme’s header and footer. The functions are hooked with an action that enables other plug-ins to add necessary files and code. But it is always good

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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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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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