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I find my site design moving more and more towards the style of chrisbrogan.com. I have been placing static elements by using PHP widgets with code pasted in. I have also done it by using a widget that inserts the contents of a page. This could also be done by hard coding it into home.php. Or it also be done by making custom plugins (I haven't gotten into this yet). What is the best practice for doing this?
Don't know about "best" practice, but for me...
If i'm building a site for myself, i'll often hard-code it into home.php (or whatever page template). If it's a site for a client, i normally pull-in a page (which i no-index) so the client can easily change the content if they want to.
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