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July 24, 2012

How to Display Post and Page IDs in the WordPress Admin

Each WordPress post and a page has its own unique ID. Easy access to these ID numbers can come in handy when using plugins, widgets or theme options that require you to input specific IDs. For example, sometimes when specifying the featured slides in a theme’s slider…

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