How to rename the wordpress folder?

The­re are times when you need to move Word­Press around within your ser­ver, and times when you need to move Word­Press from one ser­ver to ano­ther. You don’t need to rein­stall. Word­Press is fle­xi­ble enou­gh to hand­le all of the­se situa­tions. When Your Domain Name and URLs Do Not Chan­ge Moving your domain without chan­ging […]

Giving wordpress its own directory

Many peo­ple want Word­Press to power their site’s root (e.g. but they don’t want all of the Word­Press files clut­te­ring up their root direc­to­ry. Word­Press allo­ws you to install it into a sub­di­rec­to­ry, but have your blog exi­st in the site root. As of Ver­sion 3.5, Mul­ti­si­te users may use all of the func­tio­na­li­ty […]


Boo­tstrap pro­vi­des seven sty­les of but­tons: To achie­ve the but­ton sty­les abo­ve, Boo­tstrap has the fol­lo­wing clas­ses: .btn-default .btn-pri­ma­ry .btn-suc­cess .btn-info .btn-war­ning .btn-dan­ger .btn-link Lar­ge but­ton Default but­ton Small but­ton Extra small but­ton Default Pri­ma­ry Suc­cess Info War­ning Dan­ger Link Lar­ge but­ton Lar­ge but­ton Default but­ton Default but­ton Small but­ton Small but­ton Extra small but­ton […]

Font awesome icons

Using CSS Copy the enti­re font-awe­so­me direc­to­ry into your pro­ject. In the <head> of your html, refe­ren­ce the loca­tion to your font-awesome.min.css. <link rel=“stylesheet” href=“path/to/font-awesome/css/font-awesome.min.css”>     Home   Libra­ry   Appli­ca­tions   Set­tings Inclu­des 200 gly­phs in font for­mat from the Font Awe­so­me set. Gly­phi­cons Hal­flings are nor­mal­ly not avai­la­ble for free, but their […]

About Bootstrap

The tem­pla­te files of Bloc­k­no­te 3.0 are sim­ple and use the same prin­ci­ple for each pages. Bloc­k­no­te 3.0 use .html file as inde­pen­dent ele­ment. The .html file is a gene­ral ele­ment such as header.html, footer.html, menu.html etc. In .php file tho­se files mer­ged to make a sin­gle page file. All of the tem­pla­te files are […]

Markup: Text Alignment

Default This is a para­gra­ph. It should not have any ali­gn­ment of any kind. It should just flow like you would nor­mal­ly expect. Nothing fan­cy. Just straight up text, free flo­wing, with love. Com­ple­te­ly neu­tral and not pic­king a side or sit­ting on the fen­ce. It just is. It just frea­king is. It likes whe­re […]

Markup: Image Alignment

Wel­co­me to ima­ge ali­gn­ment! The best way to demon­stra­te the ebb and flow of the various ima­ge posi­tio­ning options is to nestle them snug­gly among an ocean of words. Grab a padd­le and let’s get star­ted. On the topic of ali­gn­ment, it should be noted that users can choo­se from the options of None, Left, […]

Markup: HTML Tags And Formatting

Hea­dings Hea­der one Hea­der two Hea­der three Hea­der four Hea­der five Hea­der six Bloc­k­quo­tes Sin­gle line bloc­k­quo­te: Stay hun­gry. Stay foo­lish. Mul­ti line bloc­k­quo­te with a cite refe­ren­ce: Peo­ple think focus means say­ing yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means say­ing no to […]

Markup: Title With Special Characters

Put­ting spe­cial cha­rac­ters in the title should have no adver­se effect on the lay­out or func­tio­na­li­ty. Spe­cial cha­rac­ters in the post title have been kno­wn to cau­se issues with Java­Script when it is mini­fied, espe­cial­ly in the admin when edi­ting the post itself (ie. issues with meta­bo­xes, media upload, etc.). Latin Cha­rac­ter Tests This is […]

Markup: Title With Markup

Veri­fy that: The post title ren­ders the word “with” in ita­lics and the word “mar­kup” in bold. The post title mar­kup should be remo­ved from the bro­w­ser win­dow / tab.