Have you ever used a WordPress plugin and wanted the affect of it on the homepage, only to find that it’s only designed to work on posts and pages? I certainly have and moreover, all the research in the world seemed to fall short of helping me fix it. Here’s a pretty simple solution: create a page solely dedicated to the affect you want – that is – create a new template or duplicate the one you are using and set your page to it then strip out the header and footer so all you can see is what the plugin produces. Then create an iFrame(if you don’t know what this is just look it up) on the homepage that links to the page you created. Position it correctly and turn off scrolling – your viewers won’t know the difference. A good example of this is on this Band Page. The music player is controlled by a plugin short code that’s not even on the same page!
by admin | Aug 15, 2012 | Tips | 0 comments