North Bay Bohemian Rebranding Project – Free! Take One.

North Bay Bohemeian Rebrand: Bopeemian

If you live in Sonoma County and you don’t hate gay people, you probably love the North Bay Bohemian, a cultural staple of our beautiful Wine Country landscape.

Why not show your support for everyone’s favorite independent progressive weekly by wearing their logo (in a slightly improved form) on a T-shirt?

That’s right!  Time to impress your friends and set some trends.

Just print out this PDF on an iron-on transfer sheet and make yourself into a local fashion activist just in time for the next Handcar Regatta or Old Navy shopping trip at Coddingtown Mall.

Each PDF has the logo three times so you can make three shirts with one sheet of Iron-On Transfer.  Click on the image to download the PDF.

Popular Posts: Featured Image & All In One SEO Description

the Popular Posts Plugin allows you to use a number of ‘tags‘ (similar to shortcodes) to alter the output of the Popular Posts Widget.  Here’s what my client wanted to display with the Popular Posts Plugin: Featured Image (Thumbnail Size) , followed by the Description filled out in the All In One SEO settings for the post.

I freakin googled like mad to figure this out.  The main trouble I was having is that I was getting the same thumbnail for every ‘popular post’ …The reason is that you need to use

$result->ID

instead of

$post->ID

here’s what you do (note, my example is for if your thumbnails are set to be 100px by 100px in Settings>>Media)

{php: echo get_the_post_thumbnail($result->ID, array(100,100) ); }
{php:echo get_post_meta($result->ID, '_aioseop_description', true);}

Now, that was just the raw tags.

Here’s an example with some actual HTML in the mix (note I’m using nofollow for seo purposes and alignleft for layout purposes):

<li><a class="alignleft" rel="nofollow" href="{url}">{php: echo get_the_post_thumbnail($result->ID, array(100,100) ); }</a><a rel="nofollow" href="{php:echo get_post_meta($result->ID, '_aioseop_description', true);}"</a></li>

The End.

Now this (humans ignore){php} echo get_the_post_thumbnail($result->ID, array(100,100) ); echo get_post_meta($result->ID, ‘_aioseop_description’, true); echo get_post_meta($post->ID, ‘_aioseop_description’, true); echo get_the_post_thumbnail($Post->ID, array(100,100) );