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Archive for the 'CSS' Tag

How to Display Your Twitter Status Message in a Speech Bubble in WordPress

Image representing Twitter as depicted in Crun...

I got my idea from Tim Ferris’ blog…

You see that nice speech bubble effect? It is actually quite a pain in the neck …

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Posted by Vincent on 6 November 2008 12:00 AM in Wordpress Help | 17 Comments |

How to Add reddit Buttons to WordPress

reddit, like Digg offers web site integration buttons for webmasters. The implementation of the reddit buttons is very similar to my previous post on how to add Digg buttons to WordPress. In my next post, I will show you how to display Digg and reddit voting buttons to …

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Posted by Vincent on 17 October 2008 12:00 AM in Wordpress Help | 5 Comments |

How to Add Digg Buttons to WordPress

On Digg.com’s Tools/Integrate page, there are 3 types of Digg buttons available for us to display on our web sites:

  • “Digg This” with Submit Capability
  • Simple “Digg This” with Digg Count (original version)
  • Custom Submission-Only Button

I think the 1st option makes the most sense. I want a Digg voting button on all …

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Posted by Vincent on 16 October 2008 2:24 AM in Wordpress Help | 2 Comments |

WordPress CSS

I was wrong about the WordPress CSS stuff being hidden. I actually found the official WordPress documentation on the WordPress picture alignment.

Apart from the code I mention, WordPress recommends adding this to your style.css too:
.wp-caption {
border: 1px solid #ddd;
text-align: center;
background-color: #f3f3f3;
padding-top: 4px;
margin: 10px;
/* optional rounded corners …

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Posted by Vincent on 10 September 2008 2:56 AM in Wordpress Help | 0 Comments |

WordPress Picture Alignment Secrets

This picture is aligned to the left of my content. Usually we display pictures to the left or right and have our sentences wrap around it. Try to make your paragraphs longer or reduce the size of the picture to …

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Posted by Vincent on 14 August 2008 2:51 PM in Web Development, Wordpress Help | 4 Comments |