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* We’re back! The development of this plugin has been resumed. I’m working on adding new features and supporting existing bug and pending requests. Thank you for all your kind support!
* Optimizations have been applied throughout the source code, to improve performance. Class declarations are now standardized and functions are easier to read and manage.
* Add new experimental geolocation widget to greet your visitors with the name of the city they’re connecting from. This is very much work in progress, and your feedback on how to improve it, is more than welcome. You can find the widget under Appearance > Widgets.
* We had to skip a few version numbers because of a mistake in numbering our previous release: PHP evaluates as , so in order to release an update, we had to start from
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First go to your Wordpress admin and click the "custom file editor" in thesis options. Now copy that code which is showing in the video and paste it in the file and click on the big green save button. Now select "custom_" in file editing menu and click on "edit selected file". Now copy that second code which is showing in the video and paste it in there. In the codes, you can change the "comments_number", "add your- opinion", "continue reading" as you want and click on save button. Now select the and click on "edit selected file" and copy that third code which is showing in the video and paste it in there. You can change the colors of border, background as you like and then click on save button. Finally you can see your site for the changes. There are also two things in there which are showing in the video, if you want to remove it, go to "design options" in thesis option and go to teaser box and uncheck the "number of comments" and "link to full article" and click on save and you are done.

@Amit I’m currently making some design changes and as soon as it’s done…Will be moving to VPS…Already have VPS purchased from KnownHost .
Hostgator Baby plan is good enough to hold 20K/per day visits…Though you should make sure to use any good cache plugin like W3 total cache or Super cache plugin .
Rest, make sure not to use too many plugins and too many php calls…Most of the time server goes down due to high execution time of any script…So try to keep your theme as simple and list of plugins to as low as possible…Also try this plugin P3 plugin performance profiler , which will help you to find out which plugin is consuming maximum resources…

Wordpress thesis edit header

wordpress thesis edit header

@Amit I’m currently making some design changes and as soon as it’s done…Will be moving to VPS…Already have VPS purchased from KnownHost .
Hostgator Baby plan is good enough to hold 20K/per day visits…Though you should make sure to use any good cache plugin like W3 total cache or Super cache plugin .
Rest, make sure not to use too many plugins and too many php calls…Most of the time server goes down due to high execution time of any script…So try to keep your theme as simple and list of plugins to as low as possible…Also try this plugin P3 plugin performance profiler , which will help you to find out which plugin is consuming maximum resources…

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