• WP Plugin: "My Custom Styles PRO"

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    “My Custom Styles PRO” is a premium WordPress plugin that gives you the ability to easily and safely add your custom CSS code to your WordPress website, directly out of the WordPress Admin Area, without the need to have an external editor. This is a “PRO” version of the plugin “My Custom Styles”. More features, more power. Unlimited number of fields for snippets, Separate activation and deactivation of snippets, and Automatic backup of snippets to a file. Another advantage is the ability to customise the code editor. You can choose from a variety of color schemes for syntax highlighting, choose whether to show line numbers or not, and much more.

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  • WP Plugin: "My Custom Functions PRO"

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    “My Custom Functions PRO” is a premium WordPress plugin that gives you the ability to easily and safely add your custom PHP code to your WordPress website, directly out of the WordPress Admin Area, without the need to have an external editor. This is a “PRO” version of the plugin “My Custom Functions”. More features, more power. Unlimited number of fields for functions, Separate activation and deactivation of functions, and Automatic backup of functions to a file. Another advantage is the ability to customise the code editor. You can choose from a variety of color schemes for syntax highlighting, choose whether to show line numbers or not, and much more.

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  • Adding an email subscription form to your blog by using Feedburner

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    A great way to keep up to date with a blog that you love to follow is to subscribe to an email subscription of their posts. That way, when a new post is made, it lands right in your email inbox. If you want to offer this to people who visit your blog, it is easy to do. In this article I show you how to add to your blog an email subscription form that connected to Feedburner.

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  • Adding an email subscription button to your blog by using Feedburner

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    A great way to keep up to date with a blog that you love to follow is to subscribe to an email subscription of their posts. That way, when a new post is made, it lands right in your email inbox. If you want to offer this to people who visit your blog, it is easy to do. In this article I show you how to add to your blog an email subscription button that connected to Feedburner.

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  • Adding a comment count to your blog with Disqus

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    Most blog owners that uses the Disqus comments system want to display the comment count for each page with comments, on their home page. Luckily Disqus has built in support for comment count. The setup isn’t difficult, but does require a bit of theme editing.

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