Tricks 2 Reloaded WordPress template modified by DG

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My friend, DG (Seed Digital Information and News), give another touch on the WordPress Theme Tricks 2 Reloaded template that I use.

twitter, contact, and RSS icon on the top right

WordPress Theme Tricks 2 Reloaded is SEO friendly, fast loading, Adsense ready, and simple coding (so….. easy to modified) WordPress blog template, that created by Fz (Tricks-Collections.Com).

How was this done?

First of all, you have to prepare the image you wish to use or can use the same image. After you have the image, follow these steps:

Upload the three pictures and get the direct links (twitter, email, rss).

  • Go to Appeareance on your WordPress dashboard and then go to the editor. And there find the file style.css.
  • Add the following code under the code at the bottom. If so, update the file (save).


/* Update */
.update .via{float:right;height:27px;width:27px;margin:0 60px 0 0;}
.update .via a, .update .via a:visited{padding-left:30px;font:bold 12px/12px Verdana;line-height:20px;color:#fff;}
.update .rss{background:url(images/icon-rss.png) no-repeat 0 center;padding:7px 0 0 0;}
.update .email{background:url(images/icon-email.png) no-repeat 0 center;padding:7px 0 0 0;}
.update .twitter{background:url(images/icon-twitter.png) no-repeat 0 center;padding:7px 0 0 0;}

  • Go to file header.php, then insert the code with bold letters below between <div class=”menu”> </div>. After that, change the # symbol with direct link of yours pages. Contacts, twitter, and rss link below is mine as an example. Adjust to your blog. If so, update the file (save).

<div class="menu">
<li <?php if ( is_front_page() ) echo ' class="current_page_item"'; ?>><a href="<?php echo get_option('home'); ?>/">Home</a></li>
<?php wp_list_pages('depth=1&title_li='); ?>

<div class=”update”>
<div class=”via rss”><a  target=”_new” href=”#” title=”follow my RSS Feed” />RSS</a></div>
<div class=”via email”><a target=”_new” href=”#” title=”Contact me via email” />Contact</a></div>
<div class=”via twitter”><a target=”_new” href=”#” title=”follow my Twitter” />Twitter</a></div>


If you do not see any changes on your blog, try to cleaning your internet browser cache that you use.


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