TwentyTwelve already puts rel=”author” links in the post byline. On the author archive pages TwentyTwelve display the author avatar and bio; so you just want AuthorSure to add the profile links beneath the bio. The recommended AuthorSure settings for TwentyTwelve are: Author Post Settings: Byline Author Page Settings: hide title, bio = none, set icons … Read more…
Configuring AuthorSure on Popular WordPress Themes
Here we deal with the configuration of AuthorSure on the most popular WordPress themes.
Essentially AuthorSure has to accomplish three things:
1. link posts and pages to the author pages with rel="author"
2. link the author pages to Google+ profiles with rel="me"
3. work with the theme to accomplish these tasks in an aesthetically pleasing way
Many themes will perform the first of these two tasks but typically not the second.
The posts in this section deal mainly the configuration of the author page so that AuthorSure adds the profile information seamlessly with the required links back to Google.
The 10 most popular WordPress themes are covered:
Other popular themes features are:-
Eleventh in the list of the most popular WordPress themes at the time of writing, is the zBench theme, with built-in support forWP-PageNavi, WP Page Numbers, WP-PostViews, wp-utf8-excerpt, Related Posts of Simple Tags, WP-RecentComments plugins, little images, custom-menu, widgets and threaded-comments. zBench adds rel=”author” links so you only need AuthorSure to add the rel=”me” profile … Read more…
Hovering just outside the top ten most popular WordPress themes at the time of writing, is Oxygen, which is a minimalistic, mobile-optimized magazine theme with responsive layout. The main features include a featured content slider, custom front page template, five widget areas, and three menus. Oxygen does not add rel=”author” links so you only need … Read more…
Tenth in the list of the most popular WordPress themes at the time of writing, is the PageLines theme, a responsive drag-and-drop platform for professional websites based on WordPress and HTML5. The PageLines theme adds rel=”author” links so you need AuthorSure to add the rel=”me” links. The author page looks like this: This AuthorSure settings … Read more…
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