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It depends on how the theme was licensed when it was purchased. If you look at the original theme files there will likely be a license file with more information - if not, check the theme webpage that it was purchased from. Odds are you can remove it, but always check the license first. When in doubt, contact the theme author directly.


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Creating a templating system would require you to learn and use a programming language such as Ruby or PHP, then code the templating system and content management system and host it on a web server. There are hundreds of existing templating systems for PHP alone. Searching Google for "templating PHP" or "templating Ruby" will take you to resources to help. ...


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From what I've seen, they generally go with the structural formula: Simple: [navigation-top/left/right] + [content L/R/C align] Advanced: [columns] + [navigation-top/left/right] + [rows*] *rows can be split further into more columns, such that there can be a full-width (photograph or chart) and then two columns below of text. To directly answer your ...


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It's a PITA and unfortunately (unlike extensions or media files) there is no repository of canned templates. Templates load other templates which load others in turn, etc. Templates are there to sabotage the efforts of anyone who just wants to edit their own wiki, instead taking them over to the coder side. By the way Wikia has its own template repository, ...


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In short: changing your theme very well might affect your rankings. This might be caused by (a combination of) the aspects below: The theme is likely to contain multiple changes to the way on-page elements like h1 and img are placed in the source code. Perhaps it will even change the way that elements like rel="canonical" are handled. Also, the way in ...


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The Template Toolkit (TT2 for short) has been around a while. It's written in Perl, but you don't need to know Perl to use it.


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Basically no, it's not ok, it's stealing someone else's work! Take a look at sites like themeforest.com who have many useful templates for sale.


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Anagio says: If it looks ok in Chrome, FireFox, Safari, and IE while logged out I think it's ok. If you really want to fix it, you'll need to view the CSS and HTML in Chrome Developer Tool or FireBug while logged in begin deleting some of the links to manage the blog etc and see which is causing the sidebar to be pushed down. But if it's only visible to ...


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cPanel isn't a hosting environment or server-side scripting language. It's a control panel for general website management (email, ftp, etc). It can't do things like templates or include files. You'll need to use Server Side Includes, PHP includes, etc. like you've used in the past to accomplish this. If you're going to use cPanel for file management then you'...


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Web sites are more than just their template. You also need to consider hosting costs, domain name registration costs, secure server certificates, and more. One assumes that you have at least some of that covered and are at the design phase. You may want to explore using WordPress to run your site. You can set up a site at wordpress.com and pay just a ...


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You will get slammed. I checked the site you linked. It appears to be boiler plate RSS feed stuff which Google will de-list and at least never rank. We get these questions all the time. The answer is this. Duplicate content without attribution will get a site in serious trouble. Both sites. If you are copying content without permission, then you will be ...


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You would write the following in Template:PMC: [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC{{{1}}}/ PMC {{{1}}}] And then call it with {{PMC|2824929}}. Of course this doesn't verify that the number is valid or even that one has been provided.


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The wikitext {{{1}}} renders as <blockquote>{{#tag:nowiki|{{{2}}}}}</blockquote> should do the job ({{#tag}} turns XML-style tags into normal parserfuncions, ie. flips the evaluation order).


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The templates are a combination of code (html, js, css) and variables. The whole idea is that the variables should be replaced with different values with each campaign afterwards. While the rest of the code remains the same. The variables could be of different types (i.e. image upload, hyperlink, text, number, dropdown) Let me give the simplest example ...


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Try sharing the template link on "custom reports" -->"actions"--->"Share". The custom report needs to be shared. Sharing the dashboard itself will not include custom reports.


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Dump it, apply for a license, download their current, up-to-date package, install it and proceed from there. If you liked what you saw, then your purchased install will be legitimate. Proceeding with the current state of affairs without purchasing the template is theft and often Karmic in that when you run into problems in implementation, you have no ...


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If you have SMW, the solution is extremely simple. You can list the pages in question by adding them to a specific category. The category members can then be listed in the format you prefer. A simple list, suitable e.g. for use in the middle of text or for a non-distracting navigation box, is then as simple as {{#ask: [[Category:Finnish]] | format=list }}. ...


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Make sure the ParserFunctions extension is installed. Then put the following in a template, such as Template:Iftest {{#if: {{{CODE|}}} | [[CODE-{{{CODE}}}]] | (not applicable) }} If CODE-parameter is empty or not present you get (not applicable). i.e. {{Iftest|CODE=123}} gives [[CODE-123]] {{Iftest|CODE=}} gives (not applicable) {{Iftest}} gives (not ...


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I also posted the same question at the MediaWiki Project Support Desk page, and recently got an answer. They say that adding an auxiliary category is a way to go, however it may require some time to work because of tight cooperation with internal background jobs: {{#if: {{{foo2|}}} | <p style="color: red;">The template is under construction.</p> ...


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The answer is yes. Search engine algorithms don't require exactly the same layout and HTML code to detect duplicates, same title tag + meta description + h1 + <p>'s is more than enough for them. As a webmaster duplicate description is a no no. However if your template changes do not affect URLs, Having a default template for a given page and being ...


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Here's a couple alternatives that I know of: Template Monster Wix


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Here's what I understand about WordPress licensing: According to the WordPress license, anything created for WordPress (a derivative work) holds the GPL license. WordPress takes a strict interpretation of the license which dictates that all parts of that thing, be it CSS, HTML, Javascript and even graphics, are also GPL. This applies even if the theme author ...


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If site's owner paid I think so, but it depends on the terms of the agreement. Read the terms where you bought the theme.


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Unfortunately there isn't really a good way to serve up different image files based on the browser view size or connection speed. You could resort to user-agent sniffing but that is less than idea. For more information about potential future solutions I would recommend reading: On Responsive Images. Also check out this Javascript/.htaccess based solution ...


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It is possible to create a website from the JPG but it is not advisable. There are a couple of good reasons for this. Two important ones are to do with Text and Design. If it is simply and image then there will be no text which means it will be very difficult to be found by any search engine. This is the case whether you put it up as one large JPG or ...


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Umbraco uses standard HTML markup so you should be able to use pretty much all HTML templates, responsive is just clever styling and it'll work with correct markup with the template you have no problem. You should take a look at: http://umbracohosting.com/help-and-support/video-tutorials/introduction-to-umbraco/sitebuilder-introduction/templates http://...


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Theoretically something purely static is going to be faster than dynamically generated content. In practice the difference is very often negligible. You have to consider that most servers cache the output of PHP scripts you can even specify for how long by file-type or per-file even. This means that in most cases, for PHP that generates largely the same ...


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Using the <article> tag in the iPhone is great because it explicitly pops out the "reader" button on the iPhone, that makes the viewed page nice and clean. (really good for pages that are not optimized for mobile reading)


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Honestly, I would avoid using them new HTML5 tags like head, section, and article. Their definitions are vague and unclear. Nobody (including the guy that thought of them) really knows how to use them. Here is a link to an interesting article on that topic: .NET article And if you don't want to read it, here is one sentence summary: Stick with your ...


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Most auto dealerships use a DMS application. Used car lots tend to use smaller apps like AutoManager and DealerClick. These software companies have built SAAS services to host dealer inventory and create dealership websites. I think they run around $100 per month. Built into these are the ability to aggregate listings to Craiglist, EbayMotors, ...


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