Import Citations from Google Scholar Manually, but Easily

As already known Google Scholar can’t be imported into WordPress site, it doesn’t provide any API. But individual citations could be exported manually and imported into many different services and plugins. So our goal is to make export and import process easier.

Google Scholar Export

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No Editor Icons, Empty Editor Boxes, Problems with Featured Image Upload in WordPress Back-end Problem

Javascript Problem on WP Backend

I had a problem on some WordPress site’s back-end  with empty meta boxes, no icons in wordpress text editor, featured image uploading lightbox didn’t worked etc. Thank God, there is a solution.
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Disable Input Number Field Arrows from CSS

Browsers are now implementing html5 input fields and ugly arrows appearing inside input type=number fields on different sites. Here’s the code to disable them.
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CSS Transitions

Ok, I need to write down transitions code and its important points for my own use, sorry, everybody already knows 🙂 But need it to be written down here.

So CSS transition typically consist of transition: [CSS property or all] [transition-duration] [transition-timing-effect] [transition-delay];. But all, effect and delay could be omitted.
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Making X Close Button Right and Without Images

Nice Close Button X with Thin Lines I often need to make a close button X for different popups, tooltips etc. The easiest solution is to use × special character that will make a perfect cross ×.

If you don’t use Font Awesome or some glyph icons it’s a perfect and simple solution. You may like to have a cross with a very thin lines, but your cross will look too bold, especially if your main font is bold or the cross is large enough. I’ve found a solution for such a problem.
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Bootstrap 3 CSS Extension for Larger Screen Size Resolutions

Personally I prefer not to use Bootstrap, but sometimes I must work on templates using it. So had to manipulate site’s layout for larger screen resolution on such Bootstrap 3 template. Therefore I had to extend Bootstrap with extra large classes.
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Best Plugin for WordPress Migration

I’ve used this plugin many times and it never fails. All-in-One WP Migration is outstanding quality plug-in!
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Overflow-Wrap, Word Wrap and Hyphens Where Possible

For responsive design we usually need to prevent long URLs and words from breaking layout on narrow screens. Here’s the CSS to break long words that fly out of a small screen layout.
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WordPress Menu Items Suddenly Disappeared

I was searching for a long time to resolve a strange problem on several WordPress sites, where menu items were mystically disappear without any cause. Today I’ve realized that all of them have Stealth Publish plugin, which I like very much. But it hasn’t been updated for about half year. So I searched for issues with this plugin and have found that indeed this plugin is leading to weird menu items removal.
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Ebay Templates Coding Guide

Ebay templates coding has some pitfalls, and some research had been made recently to circumvent them. Here’s how to avoid problems with ebay product template coding.
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Site Encoding Siddenly Went Wrong, Response Header Shows Wrong Encoding

Few days ago I’ve noticed that some old sites on my server started to show pages in wrong encoding. I can switch encoding manually for each page, but when following a link I’m getting wrong charset again. This happens even on sites where right proper encoding is explicitly set on each page in meta tag.
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Remove Spacing Between Inline-Block Elements

Inline-block elements in i.e. unordered list will create some spacing between them. Make font-size:0 for the parent element (ul) and add a needed font-size to child elements (li), the spacing will be removed.
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