If you want to have a content area somewhere on your site that shows content from a post or page – and you want to do this with using the simplest of code (no loop, no query_posts, etc), check out the function get_post. The get_post function allows you to simply get one post’s title, content, category, etc by simply adding a few lines (see the example in the documentation) of code to your site. I have used this on a number of client’s sites as well as recently on my company site for the company profile. Keep it simple!
Fall is in the Air
This is by far my favorite time of the year. Penn State football, cooler weather, fall golf, and no more bees…what else can you ask for?
CSS Web Development WordPress
Quick CSS for WordPress Images (Updated)
A week or so ago, I posted some information on how to quickly style your WordPress images. After recently updating my company’s web site (SDAC Inc. – I noticed if you used captions, my custom CSS would not work. Here is some CSS that will work with and without image captions: The difference? I used […]