Web Design Weekly #14

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Web Design Weekly #13

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Web Design Weekly #12

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Custom Taxonomy as Dropdown in admin

I’ve created a custom post type (called Sponsors) with an additional taxonomy connected to it, called “Type”. Everything is essentially working perfectly but I would very much like to have my taxonomy “Type” to be a dropdown menu instead of the usual “type and search or create a new”. The reason is, that I’ve created six different “Types” in the taxonomy and the people which are going to create new “sponsors” should only need to select one of those six for each new Sponsor post. I’ve tried some tutorials and…

Web Design Weekly #11

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Is there a way to send HTML formatted emails with WordPress’ wp_mail() function?

Is there an action_hook or something similar that could help me achieve this? I tried adding markup in a PHP string variable and just fired off an email with the wp_mail() function like so: $email_to = ‘someaddress@gmail.com’; $email_subject = ‘Email subject’; $email_body = « <html><body><h1>Hello World!</h1></body></html> »; $send_mail = wp_mail($email_to, $email_subject, $email_body); But it showed up as plain text? Any ideas? Source: https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/feeds

What makes WP so SEO friendly?

I keep hearing that WordPress is the best SEO solution, better than most static websites because of multiple reasons. I then go on to hear contradicting information elsewhere. So: Is WordPress generally more SEO friendly/ready then most static html websites? What makes it more SEO friendly? Can I take any SEO tips from a WordPress installation to improve a static HTML page SEO? Source: https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/feeds

Web Design Weekly #10

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