By default, WordPress resizes your images when you upload them to the server. However, it still retains the original image and you can link to this. It is a good practice to resize your images before uploading them to the server. While you can handle this manually, this snippet of code will let WordPress handle the resizing. English translation.
Some snippets of code to style a post separately. You wouldn’t obviously be using it for every post, but for some that are close to your heart.
I love this post. This is something I implemented recently in my plugin Where did they go from here?
This is the first step on customising your search results page
You’d definitely not want to do this always. But, you can easily code the same into any file and easily add a new post into the database.
WordPress 3.0 adds support for a custom background. Here’s a tip on implementing the same in your themes.
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