These options are found by clicking on Appearance, then WP-Drudge options, then the Advanced tab. Some of these settings could break the display of your site so if you’re not clear on what the setting is for, we recommend leaving these alone.

  1. Additional CSS – Enter in custom styles to override or augment the styles used on the page. These styles are called after all systems styles
  2. Additional header code – The HTML entered here will appear in the <head> section of your website. You can add scripts, meta tags, additional style sheets or other non-display HTML code
  3. Additional footer code – The HTML entered here will appear just before the </body> tag of your website. You can add analytics code, script tags, or other end-of-page HTML  elements here
  4. RSS feed widget cache – This is the global cache amount for all RSS feed and Google News feed widgets. You can set this to 0 to disable the cache but we recommend at least 10 minutes (600 seconds) to avoid performance issues on your site
  5. Add nofollow to all outgoing links – This adds the “rel” attribute set to “nofollow” on all outgoing links
  6. Check the “Add new after publishing” box on the edit screen  – Added in v2.3.2, the “Add new after publishing” checkbox redirects you to a new post page after adding a post, instead of leaving you on the edit page. This option sets the default state for this checkbox.
  7. Remove post and page editor – This will remove the post and page editor. Do not check this if you plan on creating page or post content on the site
  8. Remove custom field display – This will remove the custom fields meta box on post pages
  9. Remove WP-Drudge footer link – Removes the link at the footer of the page. I understand why you’d want to remove it but the more customers I have, the better this thing gets so I’d appreciate if you left this setting off. That’s all the begging you’ll hear :)

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