Add Taxonomy Terms as CSS Classes to a Post

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You can use the body_class filter in WordPress to add the Taxonomy Terms of a Custom Taxonomy as CSS classes to a post. The CSS class appears in the body element and is only used if the post has been assigned to the taxonomy. The code goes in your functions.php file.   add_filter( ‘body_class’, ‘themeprefix_add_taxonomy_class’…

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Give Comments Fields Some Full Width Love

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Looking at the WordPress comments field input fields in Genesis on mobile leaves you a bit shortchanged…   Give them a full width feeling… @media only screen and (max-width: 860px) { .comment-respond input[type=”email”], .comment-respond input[type=”text”], .comment-respond input[type=”url”] { width: 100%; } } Just change the max-width value to the pixel number that you want the…

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