Wordpress Code

Topic: Coding techniques for your Wordpress website.

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Contact Form 7 HTML Email Template Example

Contact form 7 is the most developer friendly WordPress plugin when it comes to having control and managing your WordPress website forms. By default, when you create a new form, the user submitted form contents are delivered to you via plainly formatted text or an HTML formatted email.

So, what’s the problem? Well, Contact Form ...

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Remove The Website Field From The WP Comment Form

Back in the good ol’ days it was cool to have the “website” field in your WordPress comment form. Although it’s not a required field, this is a sure fire recipe for spam not to mention is just one more thing a user must think about filling out to engage with your content. So, these ...

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Code To Share Current Page URL or Link To Twitter

So you want to add a link or button to share your current page URL or a static link to twitter? Of course Twitter provides a few resources for this which are ugly to say the least, there are also third-party services available such as AddThis – not to mention if you are using WordPress ...

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Formcodes provides practical HTML, CSS, JS, and PHP form code resources to ...

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