Responsive web designs are no longer regarded as a trend among the website development community but it has evolved as a need for every website. Previously, the mobile internet users used to only access the social media sites from their phone. However, with time the usage is no longer limited to the social media sites but it has proliferated to the other platforms as well like the ecommerce sites, different business platforms and many other sites. Since the websites are designed keeping in mind the screen size of the PCs and laptops, when these are seen from the mobile phones we get to see a distorted site which is extremely disappointing for the viewers and thus arise the need for responsive web design.
The Wordpress backend system is versatile enough to support developers writing and managing their own codes. These often take the form of plugins, themes, or commonly systematic functions which are run in your specific WP install directory. These codes are often placed inside functions.php and pertains only to the current theme files.
With so much access to backend customization I have wanted to delve into the subject of hyperlinks. Writers often need to reference external links on various websites within blog posts. But you may want to edit the link styles for opening into new windows, or dynamically setting the title tooltips. I have put together this brief guide for editing custom settings with your anchor links through WP functionality.
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