Empty Branches Update

I found a great article on maintaining a top notch Word Press site, The 26 Step WordPress Cleanup Checklist, and as I walked myself through the steps, I learned some new things about WordPress.

While going through this process, I updated the Research Toolbox, which no longer has a tab at the top of this site and replaced it with multiple categories. My toolbox link list was getting too unwieldy and hard to use. I hope this new format makes it easy for you to access the resources to which I’ve linked. There are a lot of them now.

The “Categories” bar down the left side has been pared down and I’ve added a widget highlighting the posts and pages with the most site visits. That display is above the Categories list.

Lastly, and this is the one I like the best, I finally figured out how to get rid of the extra, pesky, ghostly-looking Feedly button that sat on the bottom of the page. Now there is just the regular Feedly button and I am thrilled!

Let me know what you think of the update. Thanks.

3 thoughts on “Empty Branches Update”

  1. Do you mean that little Feedly icon in the bottom, right corner of a page? I believe that is controlled by the person viewing a page rather than the site owner because I still see it on your blog. Plus, I rather love that little guy because when I click on him, a menu pops up, and I can easily add a feed to my Feedly reader. Saves me from having to do it manually. 🙂

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