wordpress snippets last updated   : January 29, 2015
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Add class to first post in the loop

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If you wanted to add emphasis to the first post in your blog adding this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme will add the class of “first” to your first post.

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Enable Contact form 7 on specified pages only otherwise wp_deregister_script

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Like many plugins Contact form 7 adds CSS and Javascript to the head of your HTML document. However like many plugins this is done on every single page regardless if the code is required. Adding this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme will let you enable Contact form 7 only on specified pages.

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Use gettext, ngetext to replace array of words in wp admin

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Simple but useful method using gettext, ngetext filter to replace an entire array of words within the wordpress admin. Just update the array key with the item you wish to replace and the array value with the text to replace it with. Add this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme.

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Hide post view and post preview admin buttons

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Ever wanted to remove “preview & view” options from the new post and post edit admin screens. Add this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme and don’t forget to update the post type array. Enter any post type you would like to remove the “view and preview” buttons from “custom post type, post, page”.

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Generate QR Code for posts and pages

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Have you ever wanted to generate a Quick Response Code / QR code for a post or page of your wordpress website? Simply add this small snippet to the single.php of your wordpress theme in the location you wish to display the QR. To adjust the size of the QR post / page image just change the following within the src size=100×100.

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Display comments in admin to authors own posts only

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Only show the comments to the authors own posts within the wordpress admin, hide all other comments. This is a great little snippet if you want authors to look after their own comments. Just add this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme and you are ready to go.

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