Posts Tagged ‘Wordpress’


I updated my testimonials plugins and released the new version 3.0 today. I completely updated the old functionality and added more powerful features in this version. There have a Design settings panel at backend. So any non-technical person can easily customize the default design. I added 600+ google fonts & colorpicker option. So you can change any font, color and size by a single click.  This version have 3 layouts (List, Grid & Table) & 7 unique skins.

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Think is a powerful responsive genesis child theme, and it is highly customizable through the backend, so you can modify the design, layout and typography.

Theme Features: 

  1. Responsive
  2. HTML5 Markup
  3. 6 Layout Options
  4. Extra Theme Settings Panel
  5. Grid View Layout with 3 columns
  6. Magazine Layout
  7. Font Awesome Icons(Latest Version)
  8. 300+ Google Fonts
  9. Portfolio Custom Post Type & Portfolio Layout
  10. Shortcodes

Using shortcode to display recent posts in static page. If your theme support the “post-thumbnail” option then you can displayinh the thumbnail to your recent post. Otherwise you can use custom field(‘thumb’) option to display the thumbnail to your post. You can use the_excerpt or the_content function according to you choice. I am sharing the shortcode: (more…)

How to display all the categories Tree and their related post in Sidebar?

My code shows the categories and post in Sidebar as following way:



Title 1 of Post 1

Title 2 of Post 2


Tittle of Post


. . .

If you interest to achieve this code for you site, please contact at this address

In WordPress 2.9, the get_the_post_thumbnail is a new function that was added to allow you to select and display a post’s thumbnail image. If you have a version of 2.9+ installed, in your wp-includes folder, you will find a file called, post-thumbnail-template.php. Inside, the get_the_post_thumbnail() function is what will allow you to display your post’s thumbnail or thumbnails for a list of posts such as on your homepage or category (archive) pages. The get_the_post_thumbnail WordPress function will return your thumbnail in an html img tag so all you have to do is call the function where you want your thumbnail to be displayed, then style it using css. (more…)

Editing your theme’s functions.php file

WordPress version 3 does not allow you to create custom taxonomies from the administration screen. To initially define your custom taxonomies without a plugin, you’ll need to add a little bit of code to your theme’s functions.php file. This isn’t too difficult — just follow my lead.

To add custom taxonomies, we need to edit the “functions.php” file found inside your theme directory. Location of functions.php :  [website_root]/wp/wp-content/themes/[your_theme]/functions.php (more…)

Go to “custom fields” section and add a new field as thumbnail and put the image path in the value field. See the example

Now put the following code in the custom theme’s template file

if(get_post_meta($post->ID, 'thumbnail', $single = true)) :
echo '<img src="'.get_post_meta($post->ID, 'thumbnail', $single = true).'" title="'.$post->post_title.'" width="98" height="82" />';