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The Station is a super business theme with loads of different options for navigation spaces, widgetized sidebars and custom widgets. Everything has been designed for your user in mind and all of your most important content will stand out within this Station. The theme has a Featured Tabber section on the homepage to emphasise your most important messages and alternative Featured Slider section. You can use this theme for a Magazine / News website with a page-based homepage that enables you to control all of the content on the homepage. There is an integrated Content & Sidebar Video Player, 3 different widgetized sidebars, integrated Breadcrumbs, PageNavi and loads of different navigation spaces & options with regards to those navigation sections. You also get 3 additional custom page templates (Archives, Sitemap & Full Width), 8 custom Woo widgets (Flickr, Twitter, Search, Campaign Monitor, Feedburner, 125×125 Ads & Video Player and Recent Posts) and 7 great color schemes to suit your site identity. Making simple changes without editing code, like adding your own logo, changing to an alternate color style, adding Google Analytics code, couldn’t be easier with the back-end theme options panel. The theme is compatible with all the modern web browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer. There is an image resizer script built into the theme framework to automatically scales your post images for pixel perfect display in our templates. No need to upload new cropped images when re-designing your website. It comes packaged with a .po file for easy WordPress theme translations into your desired language – editing one neat little file without hunting down text in the theme templates.

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Productum is a business theme designed to help market your products or services. A custom home page making good use of prime real estate and a nifty image switcher that stylishly advertises your latest offerings, bundled with a feature rich theme options panel means you should be able to brand this theme to your liking with no hassle. The theme has a Home page image switcher to help promote your latest products, a scrolling carousel dedicated to a specific category, 6 widgetized areas (2x left sidebar, 4x footer columns), 6 custom Woo widgets (Flickr, Twitter, Search, Feedburner, Most commented posts, Recent posts) and 11 great color schemes to suit your site identity. Making simple changes without editing code, like adding your own logo, changing to an alternate color style, adding Google Analytics code, couldn’t be easier with the back-end theme options panel. The theme is compatible with all the modern web browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer. There is an image resizer script built into the theme framework to automatically scales your post images for pixel perfect display in our templates. No need to upload new cropped images when re-designing your website. It comes packaged with a .po file for easy WordPress theme translations into your desired language – editing one neat little file without hunting down text in the theme templates.

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FeedBurner is a web feed management provider offering custom RSS feeds and management tools to bloggers, podcasters, and other web-based content publishers. With the help of FeedBurner” services you can find out how many people have subscribed to your feeds and with what service/program they subscribed with. FeedBurner is a typical Web 2.0 service, providing web service application programming interfaces (APIs) to allow other software to interact with it. Currently FeedBurner is owned by Google and yuo can combine FeedBurner with Google’s AdSense for feeds service in order to make a revenue even from your Blog’s RSS feed.

If you are using a WordPress-powered blog you can easily redirect your posts and or comments feeds to FeedBurner with the help of the .htaccess file and the mod rewrite module. Here is how your .htaccess files should look if you are using a custom permalinks structure for your blog and you should be using that (Admin / Settings / Permalinks) and not the default settings of WordPress:


# BEGIN FeedBurner Redirect

RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /
RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} !FeedBurner
RewriteRule ^feed/?.*$ http://feeds2.feedburner.com/yourblogid [R,L]
RewriteRule ^comments/?.*$ http://feeds2.feedburner.com/yourblogcommentsid [R,L]
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule . /index.php [L]

# END FeedBurner Redirect

Don’t forget to modify yourblogid and yourblogcommentsid to your FeedBurner feed IDs, otherwise the code above won’t work as expected as it will redirect your feeds to somewhere else. Before redirecting the feeds you need to register for FeedBurner and/or add your feeds first in order to be able to use the above code.


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