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  • A must-use plugin (also called a ‘mu-plugin’) is a plugin that will always be activated by default, without you needing to do it yourself. To activate a mu-plugin, you just have to upload it in the right directory, and WordPress will automatically know that this plugin must be used. Moreover, a mu-plugin cannot be deactivated: it will always be executed, unless it is uninstalled. Originally, mu-plugins were only available for WPMU, for those sites which used multiple (multisite) blogs. Back then, a mu-plugin was just a plugin activated for all blogs. Fun fact, that the WordPress is loading mu-plugins in alphabetical order, before normal plugins. All mu-plugins must be placed at wp-content/mu-plugins by default, in case /mu-plugins/ folder is not there, feel

  • Admit it, girl, working from home is a blessing for us women. Working from home is both awesome and horrible. The awesome staff is a flexible schedule the bad thing is that sometimes we relax for a long period, doesn't change our pajamas and don't care about taking a shower since we are not going anywhere. Being like that for some period make us feel depressed. So here are some solution that I tried on myself and got rid of my depression Dress up pretty! Wear your cocktail dress, just like that & look fancy when you are working. You will feel more like a lady Check this article, what you wear affect your state of mind and increase your productivity.

  • If you are looking how to insert a featured image inside a post, you can try the following solution.  Add the following code inside the functions.php of your theme: add_shortcode('thumbnail','thumbnail_in_content'); function thumbnail_in_content( $atts ) { global $post; return get_the_post_thumbnail( $post->ID ); } Control the features images with the shortcode: [thumbnail size=medium align=right] The side can be changed to small, medium and large values and/or align can be none, center, right or left. Another way to control the thumbnail size with size='array( 300, 200)'. It will look like this [thumbnail size='array( 300, 200)'] Change the array value to a different number to achieve the result you need.

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