GoodLayers saidYes but you must attribute the work.
Is this one cab be used? http://www.flickr.com/photos/mistybushell/2228156682/ Thanks!
Is this one cab be used?http://www.flickr.com/photos/mistybushell/2228156682/
'before_widget' => '<div class="widget">' //starts widget 'before_title' => '<h3>' //starts title 'after_title' => '</h3><div class="WIDGET-CONTENT">' //closes the title, and starts content 'after_widget' => '</div></div>' //closes the content, and then the widget itself.You should get the idea. But.. your markup gonna mess up, if widget won’t have a title.
Thanks Dekciw, yep we already jumped to this solution but yeh, if no title, it’s mess
Thanks for your reply Weblusive
Yes, it’s okay for custom widget. We can do that. But what about standard Wordpress widget ie. calendar, text widget, links. etc…
Is it possible to do?
'before_widget' => "" 'after_widget' => "" 'before_title' => "" 'after_title' => ""
Any way how to create something like ‘before_content’ and ‘after_content’
I need to insert some html tag after ‘after_title’ and close before ‘after_widget’
Is it possible??
Thanks so much!
I love step3 that click on 5 stars
It’s freakin’ hot here
You guys take care yourself BTW , I heard that’ the weather is so crazy in Europe