Nā Loulou Hana Hānai ʻAkuhi WordPress

keʻokeʻo rss

keʻokeʻo rssʻO Brennan Knotts ua nīnau mai iaʻu ma Twitter i kēia lā inā hiki iā ia ke loaʻa kahi hānai maʻamau o nā pou moʻomanaʻo Pūnaewele Mobile wale nō. Woohoo! ʻO kekahi o nā kumu o kā mākou hana hou ʻana ʻo ia ke kūkulu ʻana i kēia ʻaoʻao maʻamau i hiki i nā mea kipa ke heluhelu wale i ka ʻike a lākou e makemake ai, me ka ʻike ʻole i kēlā me kēia pou ma ka blog.

WordPress continues to enhance its platform with many features that don't get a lot of attention. However, with the release of WordPress 3, they added theme support for automated feed links in your header. This means you can remove any RSS/feed link from your header.php file and simply add the following code to your functions.php file in your theme:

inā (function_exists ('add_theme_support')) {add_theme_support ('aunoa-hānai-loulou'); }

ʻO ka mea e hoʻokō nei i ke kau ʻana i kahi loulou RSS i hana ʻia i loko o kāu poʻo i ʻike ʻia e nā polokalamu hānai kūwaho a i ʻole nā ​​paepae e hoʻopau i kāu (mau) hānai. He hiʻona maikaʻi loa kēia na kāu poʻe hoʻolohe.

I kēia manawa hiki iā ʻoe ke heluhelu maʻalahi i kahi hānai kikoʻī i ka mahele blog:

Hoʻohui ʻia me ka hānai mahele kikoʻī, helu pū ʻia ka hānai blog āpau ma ke poʻo.

I'm sure many folks would cringe – why would you provide emi content to your audience… won't that result in less traffic? It might… but providing more options in this world where everyone is a content provider is a nice thing to do for your audience. It's now live on Martech Zone! Kaomi aku i kekahi o nā loulou hoʻokele mahele - a hiki iā ʻoe ke hoʻohui i ka hānai āu e makemake ai i kāu mea heluhelu hānai.

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