How to add the sidebar back into the new default theme of WP3.2 – Twenty Eleven.
Twenty Eleven is a very versatile theme, however, the ‘missing’ sidebar on single posts or pages is quite disturbing for some users, loosing their advertising space or the main navigation.
To get the sidebar back is not that simple – style.css is quite complex, and the layout of a single post or page is done with a clever use of a specially introduced css class in the body tag. Check the whole post
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When using the function ‘the_excerpt()’ in your code, WordPress by default removes all html tags, shortens the content if applicable and in this case appends those three dots … all depending on the set length limit. There are some scenarios … Check the whole post
If your index and archive pages are getting too long, or if you want to compact the information within those pages a little bit, for instance because the featured images above each post are just too large, consider to change … Check the whole post
The default tag cloud widget does not offer a lot of formatting possibilities, partly because it only outputs one css class with a reference to the tag ID. It uses an inline style, which outputs the font-size, to distinguish the … Check the whole post