wordpresstheme

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Every Web developer today knows very well that a majority of CMSs today support extendable features with the help of themes and plugins. The best example is WordPress, which has already given a great rise to a new business popularly known as Theme development. Talking about WordPress Theme development, the first thing we hear from both the developers and the clients is: theme options, as to a greater extent, the features of your theme rely on how efficiently you do this particular section. And ...
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Gutenberg has brought in things which look quite interesting to enhance our editing task to another level. But I’m sure there are folks like me who don’t like adding one more external CSS file to their theme–the point here is to avoid another render block. If you are like me, you may have already noticed that style.min.css (with the ID wp-block-library-css) file popping-up in the head section of your WordPress site’s HTML. Note that this is the file which keeps the Gutenberg blocks as is...
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Dashicons, the official icon font for WordPress since version 3.8, now comes packed with every installation. All those neat icons you see in your WordPress dashboard are Dashicons. Now, the icon font files are the part of your self-hosted WordPress installation, and icons are displayed on the front-end by means of a ready-made CSS file. So, you basically need just the HTML to get these icons work for you. If you develop things for WordPress, you might found it interesting to integrate Dashicons ...