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Version 1.3 (18.07.2012) Fixed: Search result links fix Fixed: Custom.css no longer available in reBrand panel

Version 1.2 (17.07.2012) Added: Slider area – add image in admin Added: HTML slides examples Updated: Documentation update – how we builded pages on demo Updated: Admin inline documentation

Version 1.1 (13.07.2012) Updated: reBrand custom CSS is now written in the custom.css file Added: Home page slides PSD files Added: Free copy of the Smart Post List plugin Added: Home page 4 page template – featured post slider + content of your own Fixed: Unordered list orange option Fixed: Slider auto height

reBrand theme for WordPress has been released. It is White Label which means that you can totally change how it looks in no time. Do you need to code to do that, not really. The theme comes with very powerful admin interface that is very intuitive and easy to use. It provides many creative options […]

It sometimes happens that someone would use your tracking code on their domain. Even loaded not on your original domain this will affect your statistics. The easiest way to prevent that is by creating a filter. Go to your analytics account admin section -> Profile -> Filters and create a filter: Once you create a […]

Tracking clicks on your referral links or any other links that lead to another site with Google Analytics is not an automated process. It is still an easy job to do. What you need to do is manually add a onClick event to all <a> tags for the links you would like to track clicks […]

The Sidebar & Widget Manager plugin for WordPress has been released. Super powerful tool for managing widget areas (sidebars) and widgets in WordPress. It comes with very intuitive interface, no coding is required. You can now easily: widgetize a page and drop any widget in page content area replace existing sidebars for one or few […]

If you are an advanced user who has a little coding knowledge you can create your custom widget areas by very simple code. Basically there two steps you need to take: register your custom widget area in functions.php Here is the code you can use: <?php $args = array( ‘name’ => sprintf(__(‘Sidebar %d’), $i ), ‘id’ […]

Combine the dynamic content of widgets with the static content of pages and posts. When you create widget ares in the content of pages and posts you are able to drop widgets in the content area, which makes all widget’s functionality available there. Creating widget areas by using plugins is very easy. It requires no […]