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Earlier this week, I had a chance to add useful knowledge in Wordpress. It was about displaying Random Post without Plug in. This information came from a friend who suggested adding a random post on the sidebar of my website.
Today we’re going to learn how to make a floating Facebook Like, Twitter Tweet, Google Plus One & Pinterest Pin It and incorporate it in your WordPress theme. The steps are very easy and simple. It’s just like adding Facebook Like, Twitter Tweet, Google Plus One & Pinterest Pin It in your index.php file but the only difference is there’s a container which have specific attributes. Our social networking buttons that we’re making has a container which have a fixed position and hides whenever the screen resolution is smaller.
It’s very easy and fast how to add the prominent Social Networking Buttons such as Facebook Like Button, Twitter ‘Tweet’ Button, Google ‘Plus One’ and the new addition to the social networking community, the Pinterest ‘Pin it’ button inside every blog post in your Wordpress blog. Simple implementation guides on how to add the buttons are scattered across the world wide web. You just need to copy few codes, tweak some of it and paste it directly wherever you want to display it inside your single.php file.
Related Post with Thumbnail Wordpress Plugin is one of the most important Wordpress plugin that you must have. It provides the blogger internal links and other important benefits that can add value to the blog. One of the most effective Related Post Wordpress Plugin that many Wordpress bloggers use is YARPP or Yet Another Related Post Plugin. Unfortunately, the said Related Post Wordpress Plugin doesn’t carry a post thumbnail which really sucks. But due to the improvements made by the Wordpress Plugins experts, YARPP Related Post with Thumbnail come to life. The user of the Related Post Wordpress Plugin just need to tweak a little to be able to display automatically the 1st image in the blog post.
As part of the “Hide Every Shitty Stuff That You See” task that was assigned to me, the next thing I should hide is the Feedjit Live Traffic Feed Widget. Hiding the Feedjit Live Traffic Feed Widget will take you to a very much familiar approach. Same like the approach on how to hide the Nuffnang Logo. The only difference is that you will put the Feedjit Live Traffic Feed Widget inside a DIV. The first step is very simple, locate your Feedjit Live Traffic Feed Widget inside your blog. Ctrl-F will come in handy this time. The Feedjit Live Traffic Feed Widget code looks very much like this.
I know. I Know. I Know. You’re here because you want to hide the hideous Nuffnang Logo. I really hate those little Nuffnang Logo displayed in every blogs or website I visit. And as the newest addition to the “Team”, I was assigned the “Hide Every Shitty Stuff That You See” task. The instructions are very simple, remove unnecessary details in the website. Remove Nuffnang Logo in the website and leave the Sidebar Nuffnang Logo alone. That Sidebar Nuffnang Logo proves that we’re a member of the Nuffnang Community. Because of that sidebar Nuffnang Logo, we pay our respect and thank them for what we earn. One Nuffnang Logo out of Three, not bad at all.