Hello Swiftler’s, I need your help. I made some major changes to the back-end of the theme. Earlier each option of the SWIFT was stored in a separate variable, that’s 200+ records related to the swift in the options table. Though mysql database can handle such number of records easily, it’s not a good practice.
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As your blog grows, you might want to build a community around it. If vBulletin is your choice, this guide is for you. Importing WordPress users to vBulletin 4.0 forum If there are lot of users already registered on your blog, It’s a good idea to start the forum with those users already registered on the forum. Unfortunately there
Here are few reasons
- Validation is a sign of professionalism.
- Many engines cannot properly catalog or index a site that has serious HTML errors. This can greatly reduce the amount of traffic your web site receives from search engines. With SWIFT you don’t have that problem.
Unfortunately WordPress functions get_the_category(), the_category() do not take any arguments and display all the categories the post is filed in. I wrote a small custom function during the development of swift to echo a specific number of categories a post is filed in. I hope this will help the fellow theme developers
I need your help before I start working on it. SWIFT has lot of options and it might be difficult for a newbie to figure what a particular option does. Even though I have described each option, they might not be clear enough as I lost the perspective of a regular blogger after working on it for 6 months.