Month: February 2015

Adding Custom Fonts to WordPress with @Font-Face and CSS3

Whether you’re creating a new WordPress theme or simply customizing one, custom fonts can help freshen your theme’s style. While browsers have built-in default fonts, which you can call in your style.css file, using the same fonts everyone else uses can seem a bit dull. Luckily, adding your own choice of fonts is relatively easy…

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The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Multisite

Here at WPMU DEV, we’re more than a bit keen on WordPress Multisite. We’ve been developing plugins for Multisite since the old days when it was WordPress MU, and we use it to power Edublogs, a huge network of blogs for educators and students. Personally I also use Multisite a lot. I use it to…

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How to Disable Right-Clicking on Your WordPress Site

If you have a lot of images on your WordPress site, or you’re creating an image-heavy site for, say, a photographer, it makes sense to do all you can to protect your copyrighted content. While there is no way to completely stop people from stealing your images, you can make it harder. Disabling right-clicking is one…

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