Sometimes you find some great code to put on your site, but you don’t know where it goes. I’ll tell you where you can stick it… just read on!
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When browsing the WordPress docs, I’ve come across some pages that were especially useful and have listed them here. The docs can be found at https://wordpress.org, https://codex.wordpress.org and https://developer.wordpress.org
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You’ve probably noticed that Google Search is very fast in a lot of ways. When you type in a search term, Google is already looking for results in the background, and when you click to see the next page of results, the content just snaps into place without having to reload the entire page.
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people hitting, short sessions
bouncing, are they robots?
One trick to keeping your site from blowing up is to use function_exists(). This function ensures that another function exists. This way, PHP doesn’t try to run a function that doesn’t exist and doesn’t create the corresponding error message. Continue Reading Make Your WordPress Site More Robust