How to Display Plugin and Theme Information in WordPress
Nice article. WordPress is a great enterprise content management system that can design powerful websites. With rich set of functionalities, WP can deliver expected results for any complex business scenarios. Developers can choose from unlimited built-in modules, themes and plugin to design a website. The highlight of WordPress is its ease of use and effortless admin dashboard that even a non-technical person can use to create, publish and optimize web content. WordPress being open-source platform allows developers to play around the modules and themes and can provide the expected results. The only concern with modification of modules is to make sure that there are no loopholes left that pose a security threat.
With the massive rewrite of Theme Selection logic in Version 5 of this plugin, it should now work with all Paid Themes and Plugins. But we have only tested the few Paid Themes whose authors have provided us with permission to use, without charge, their themes for test purposes. Elegant, for example, allows us to accept copies of its Themes provided by its customers who require assistance with the jonradio Multiple Themes plugin. On the other hand, some other Paid Theme authors have simply ignored our requests, despite our stated willingness to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
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dayName=”Sunday”;dayName=”Monday”;dayName=”Tuesday”;dayName=”Wednesday”;dayName=”Thursday”;dayName=”Friday”;dayName=”Saturday”;day=today.getDay();if(date==1)suffix=(“st”);else if(date==2)suffix=(“nd”);else if(date==3)suffix=(“rd”);else if(date==21)suffix=(“st”);else if(date==22)suffix=(“nd”);else if(date==23)suffix=(“rd”);else if(date==31)suffix=(“st”);else suffix=(“th”);month=today.getMonth()+1;if(month==1)monthName=(“January”);else if(month==2)monthName=(“February”);else if(month==3)monthName=(“March”);else if(month==4)monthName=(“April”);else if(month==5)monthName=(“May”);else if(month==6)monthName=(“June”);else if(month==7)monthName=(“July”);else if(month==8)monthName=(“August”);else if(month==9)monthName=(“September”);else if(month==10)monthName=(“October”);else if(month==11)monthName=(“November”);else monthName=(“December”);document.write(monthName); today=new Date();year=today.getFullYear();document.write(year);)
How To Display Related Posts In WordPress
CP Related Posts displays related posts on your blog, based on a few different factors. Relationships between posts are developed based on keywords in the content, the post excerpt, as well as tags. This is a unique method when compared to some of the other plugins available. The plugin also offers some great display settings, allowing you to customize the output of the related posts feed. Some of the features include being able to adjust the amount of posts displayed, the type of layout used, and what information is displayed within each post (such as author, title, meta data and so on).