Extended Options keeps meta data and certain WordPress tweaks persistent regardless of the active theme without editing any theme files.
Extended Options keeps meta data and certain WordPress functionality tweaks consistent regardless of the active theme. In other words, you no longer need to edit the
header.php file each time you change or upgrade your theme. Extended Options uses built-in WordPress functions to keep this information consistent regardless or your active theme.
Extended Options also 'tweaks' certain default WordPress behaviors, such as inserting the WordPress generator link, producing, allowing/disallowing the
www. prefix in your URL, turning off author archives (i.e., if you have a single-author blog), automatically inserting certain discovery links for various protocols, etc.
Yes. You can insert your copyright, disclaimer, etc., regardless of your theme's
footer.php file automatically with Extended Options.
Yes, you can add your comment license with Extended Options regardless of your theme's
comments.php theme file.
No. Well, probably not. See the Use section. A well-built theme will include the various hooks/actions necessary for Extended Options to operate properly. If your theme doesn't include this, consider better themes and/or contact the theme author to correct these omissions.
Damn right they will. And thanks for using a plaintxt.org theme.
They were deleted for ever and ever and ever. Upon deactivating, this plugins deletes all its stored data from your WordPress database. Tidy? Yes. A surprise just now? Definitely.
No. Links have been provided in the Extended options menu to sources that provide better information than I can. Nothing this plugin does can harm your blog in any way.
Didn't I just mention something about explaining? Sigh. This is a discovery link for second version of the OpenID protocol. You don't need to supply this URI unless you know it. This particular meta link is optional even if OpenID is enabled.
Probably not, unless your robots text file doesn't specify search results and/or 404 pages (which it probably won't). So those are two good options to enable even if you have a
The page will not be indexed.
The page will not be indexed.
Yes. But you'll need to add your own meta link and disable this option in the Extended options menu.
Yes. Except you probably shouldn't keep your favicon any where else other than your root directory. And plus you can just use a base 64 encoded string for a favicon too.
Yes, it is.
The user account you are logged in to while saving this code must have a user level that allows saving unfiltered HTML, i.e., administrator level. Otherwise, your code gets sanitized for security. If you can add HTML to a text widget, then you should be able to add code to these add-ins.
Nothing, except you won't be able to use third-party blog clients to post to your blog. And that's about it. These discovery links won't affect your visibility.
Yes, you should.
No. I apologize as I am unable to help with modifications with any of my plugins.
You're very welcome.
Requires: 2.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.6.3
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: 500+
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