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Templating is a great feature of WordPress blogging system. If you want to build a CMS system using WordPress, you will be using lots of them. You can use different templates for each category, tag, page, etc. But sometimes this gets confusing. In this post I will give you a simple snippet to find out which template is used by WordPress easily.
If you want to insert the same tags to every post on your blog post, you can set it to be done automatically using PHP. Using this simple snippet, all tags will be added automatically on post save and publish.
Facebook Meta Tags version 0.6 is now released. With this new version, I fixed a minor bug that prevented site logo to be shown for posts that doesn’t have a thumbnail. If you don’t know how to add default logo you can read article here. To get the latest version, visit Facebook Meta Tags plugin page. It is now submitted to WordPress.Org repository too, so you can search for it on your admin panel.
New version (0.5) for Facebook Meta Tags plugin is here. In this new version I fixed several issues, including no-thumbnail error for pages, errors in page excerpts and thumbnail size problems in sharing. I also added a plugin options page. You can easily setup default logo URL, admins for your site and an App ID if you need one.