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OneWeb TN helps individuals and small- to medium-sized organizations create and maintain WordPress sites as well as websites on other platforms.

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Font stacks

So when developing font stacks:

Wide sans serif: Verdana, Geneva
Narrow sans serif: Tahoma, Arial, Helvetica
Wide serif: Georgia, Utopia
Narrow serif: Times, Times New Roman
Monospace: Courier, Courier New, Lucida Console


Menu titles vs. page titles

Since I use WP to create websites, not just blogs, I frequently have situations where I have more than one page where I don't want a title displayed. However, each page needs to have a title to identify it in the Dashboard list and to create a permalink. I also frequently want the menu entry for a page to be different from its title (i.e. shorter). So I create two custom fields, menu_title and page_title, which I can either set or not set, to the same thing as the title or to something different, just as I like, and in my templates I retrieve that special field with get_post_meta and output it (a) as the page title (so if it is not set, no page title will display) and (b) in the menu (so the menu item can be shorter than the actual title). Works quite nicely.

Custom fields

WordPress Custom Fields 101: Tips, Tricks, and Hacks - WP Beginner


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