If you are running a blog alongside the main site or using wordpress to run in a subdomain you may want to update the standard logo click from returning a usage to the blog homepage to another location.
If you have a regular WordPress setup you can hack this together quite quickly.
Don’t forget to copy the contents to somewhere safe just in case you have a keyboard slip!
Follow these simple steps:-
- In “Appearance”, choose “Editor”
- From the right hand-side find the file called “header.php”
- Use control+F [cmd+F for you pesky Mac users] to find
<a href="'; bloginfo('url'); echo '/">
- change it to
However, if you update your theme you may loose your personal hacks/updates. If you clever and need to make many alterations, you should look into Child Themes, but that is for another day. Hope that helps a little.
If you need to use an embed code section on your site to get this effect. This is example embed code from a live example infographic we recently put lived.
To embed our infographic/image/assets to your wordpress blog or site, simply just cut and paste the code below:
You need to use a few different tags and attributes including
- textarea to get the box
- cols and rows for the width and height of the textarea
- onclick for how to select all the text
- And the usual stuff for the image source and links
Your code will look something like this:
<textarea id="copytext" cols="60" rows="5" onclick="SelectAll('copytext'); pageTracker._trackEvent(['Infographics', 'copy_share', 'embed_code']);">
<a href="http://example.com"><img src="http://images.example.com/infographic_lq.jpg" alt="Alt text" width="490px" height="4605px" border="0"></a>
<p>Made by My Company with credits and maybe a link.</p>
Hope that helps. We all learn through doing!
I have just installed WPTouch on this wordpress blog. This plug-in – I think is genius. Its from the guys at BraveNewCode. I have the free version, as I am an individual, this suits me fine. But this is clever and shows a custom version for people on mobile devices. If you are like me and do most of my industry/SEO reading on my iPhone or their ilke; then a website that renders properly is really quite handy. This currently makes me more advanced than many companies or professional bloggers! Well for a couple of weeks at least.
Here is a screen-grab of this site using the default user-agent set to iPhone and re-sized to 320px by 480px (believe is the iPhone screen size).