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Missing Wordpress Admin Bar

Admin Bar Missing From WordPress Website Front End

February 12th, 2013 - Posted by Steve Marks to (X)HTML / CSS, PHP, Web Development.
If you’ve worked with WordPress before you’ll know that when logged into a WordPress back-end, a bar will appear at the top of the website when viewing the public facing site. The admin bar allows the logged in user quick access to perform common tasks and looks omething like s...

Stop WordPress Closing Code Blocks When it Encounters a Blank Line

February 9th, 2012 - Posted by Steve Marks to Web Development.
WordPress allows you to highlight blocks of code for readability when writing a post or typing a comment. This can easily be acheived by adding text between <code></code> tags at which point it will put it in a pretty little box and differentiate it from the rest of the content...

Step-By-Step Guide to Putting a WordPress Site Live

July 25th, 2011 - Posted by Steve Marks to MySQL, PHP, Web Development.
Putting a website live normally involves transferring files from a development area into a live webspace and, depending on the site, moving a database too. The process is essentially the same when putting a WordPress site live but there are a few additional steps required to get fully up a...