wordpress snippets last updated   : January 29, 2015
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Remove width & height attributes from images in posts

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Looking to remove the width and height attributes from images in your posts? Is this because you are using a responsive wordpress theme. Just add this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme and all of the width and height attributes will be removed from your images.

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Display post attachment count in admin column

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Sometimes you have a post with multiple attachments and it would be nice to see a count of the total media attached to a post. Adding this snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme will display the post attachment count in a custom admin column.

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Redirect a successful registration to specific page

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When you allow user registration on our wordpress site you may want to add something extra. Interested in thanking people after they register or just send them to a specific page for newly registered members.

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Remove wordpress login shake effect when error occurs

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Have you ever been annoyed by the login error shake? As if the shaking is mocking you every time you enter the incorrect username or password. Ya me neither but if you do wish to remove the shake after a login error add the following snippet to the functions.php of your wordpress theme.

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Add wordpress post types to the dashboard ‘At a glance’ widget

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The WordPress dashboard includes a handy widget that displays some brief information about your site at a glance – rather creatively, it’s titled ’At a Glance’. By default it shows you the number of posts, pages and comments on your site allowing you to click through to edit each of those sections if you have the right permissions.

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Prepend ‘Sponsored post:’ to post title using post_meta

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Simple little snippet that will use a custom field sponsored set to true will prepend “‘Sponsored post:” to the_title. The second snippet will prepend the value of sponsored to the_title.

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