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How to remove Blogroll title from WordPress

To completely remove the Blogroll title from Wordpress follow these simple instructions. These steps will remove the BlogRoll Title from your WordPress theme; the actual BlogRoll will still show as normal.

Wordpress last edited time code script

Display the last edited date and time in Wordpress. To show your users when the last time you updated your Wordpress article was, simply enter the following code where you would like the time code to be displayed.

WP-Shopping Cart checkout problem [SOLVED]

If you are receiving the following message:
Return to Merchant Unable to process payment.
Please contact the merchant as the shipping address provided by the merchant is invalid, and the merchant has requested that your order must be shipped to that address.

when using the wp-shopping cart for wordpress, then here’s a simple solution to get things […]

Help Wordpress weather Traffic storms

Wordpress is known for being quite a resource hog, especially heavy on the servers CPU during traffic storms, but there are methods to help the process run a lot smoother, and allow you to accept many more connections than would be otherwise possible.

Metamorphosis video shows stunning visuals

Metamorphosis is programmed entirely in Processing by ‘noob’ programmer (self describing), Glenn Marshall, it’s a fantastic piece of work that has been unedited and is 100% generative. It has to be watched to be appreciated.

Metamorphosis from Glenn Marshall on Vimeo.

Display Wordpress content from Outside Wordpress

Ever wanted to call Wordpress functions from outside the Wordpress installation?, no plugin required, just a few lines of code.

Free Cookie compliance code

Simple cut and paste code to comply with the EU Cookie law.
Instead of having to find multiple versions for Joomla, WordPress, Magento, Prestashop etc. etc. simply place this code into your header file and your away.
Hopefully this will help solve a few headaches for cross platform, multi CMS peeps

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