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How to Use WordPress Pingbacks And Trackbacks

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This post has many pingpacks, trackbacks and more.

There are a few ways to list them.

  • Above the comments
  • Below the comments
  • Included within the normal flow of comments


Frontend web developer and web designer specialized in free and premium WordPress theme development. After graduating with BBA he self-though frontend web development. Mainly CSS/HTML/JavaScript(React, Vue) and some PHP. Obsessed with application performance, user experience and simplicity.

30 thoughts to “How to Use WordPress Pingbacks And Trackbacks”

  1. What is the name of the slider plugging this site theme uses? Is this layered slider a free plugging?

  2. Hello Aigars,

    because I find the theme Sparkling very nice and elegant, I decided to use it for my own homepage.
    The only problem is, I am very new in this area, so I was hoping to get some help.
    The problem that I can not solve is that I want to add a slideshow in the header, direct under the menu.(Like in the Demo Home-Page of the theme.) Could you tell me how you implemented that design?

    Thanks and hope to hear from you soon

  3. Dear Aigars,

    After clicking on featured image its opening post, how to open another webpage or social media page like instagram?


  4. If a reader wants to share the article on facebook, twitter or pinterest, there are no icons to click on for that?

  5. I am on a limited budget and appreciate your free theme! I am going to try it out at my (coming) website, If it works as well as it looks I’ll be adding a link back to ColorLib.

    Thank you, ColorLib!


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