Post Slider Element

The post slider element allows you to display a 2-5 column slider with entries, that are fetched from any of your Themes active Taxonomies. This also includes Taxonomies that are added via Plugins. So for example if you have a shop plugin active you will also be able to display the latest Products.

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Excellent Command Prompt Alternative

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Making WordPress comments form work with Bootstrap 3

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How to clone a GitHub project on Android Studio

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How to remove a git remote

In the comments of my article How to use GitHub with Android Studio 1.x, Cynthia gets the following error: Unfortunately, it seems that Android Studio doesn't offer any way to modify/add/remove git remotes from your repository.…

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