Out with the old, in with the new. BlogNews, one of our classic themes, has been taken to the mechanic for a bit more than an oil change. With this latest release (version 3.0), we focused on a cleaner aesthetic by bringing in some new fonts, removing some of the clutter from the homepage, and tweaking colors and whitespacing. The final product is a beautiful modernized theme that’s easy on the eyes and helps the reader focus on the content.
In order to use the Twitter API Key to pull tweets and other information from your Twitter profile or other sources in the Twittersphere, you’ll need to create a Twitter Application through your account. It may seem super-technical, but it’s actually very simple to do.
How to Create a Twitter Application
The first thing you need to do to get your Twitter API key is to create a Twitter application through their site. Visit dev.twitter.com/apps and login to your Twitter account. Then, just fill out the basic information for the application and it’s ready to be published.
Our latest responsive magazine theme showcases just one way to utilize the awesome power of the Sharp Magazine. Don’t let the demo content fool you as this theme was designed and developed for a variety of content sites with sophisticated needs. As usual, a Gabfire theme is never complete until it addresses the full gamut of features being requested by leading media outlets. Whether you’re running sites with millions of unique visitors or about to launch the next big media site, check out the industry’s leading WordPress themes for online newspapers and magazines.
The Sharp Magazine WordPress theme features a clean design with ample use of white space to allow your content and images to shine.
FeedBurner is a Google owned service that provides RSS traffic analysis and an optional advertising system to online writers. The extra features that FeedBurner offers make it very attractive to WordPress users and many bloggers use the service to power their site feed so that their visitors can subscribe easily.
How to Redirect WordPress RSS Feed
There are a few plugins and .htaccess methods to redirect the default WordPress feed URL to Feedburner, but if you’re looking for a way to redirect your feed with a simple WordPress function, copy the code below and paste it into the functions.php file of your theme.