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This disappointed many bloggers. Mostly because using a custom media uploads directory made it easier to browse media files in one place rather than having to browse in multiple folders by month and year. It also had a small SEO benefit, especially when you host multimedia files such as PDFs. Luckily, there is a way […]

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This disappointed many bloggers. Mostly because using a custom media uploads directory made it easier to browse media files in one place rather than having to browse in multiple folders by month and year. It also had a small SEO benefit, especially when you host multimedia files such as PDFs. Rating

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First of it all, login to your phpmyadmin and choose your WordPress database. Once done, click on the sql button to open the sql command window.Then, simply paste the following sql command and execute it. Rating

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First, open your functions.php file and paste the following code in it: Rating

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Paste the following code in your single.php file, within the loop. Edited the text on line 7 as desired. Rating

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This code has to be pasted into your theme’s functions.php file. It can be customized to deal with custom post types, as shown on line 16 and after. Rating

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First, place the code below into your theme’s functions.php file and don’t forget to save. Rating

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Before pasting this code in your function.php file, edit line 11 and replace contact.php by the name of the page you want to disable the editor for. Rating

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Simply paste this code where you want to display the active plugin list. Once saved, active plugins will be displayed. Rating

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Simply paste this code into your function.php file. Edit lines 5 and 6 at your convenience. Rating

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Simply paste the following code into your functions.php file: Rating

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