Categories: Wordpress

Add Custom Button to WordPress Visual Editor

Yesterday I wrote an post on responsive web design¬†and each time I wanted to mark the words with the <code> HTML tag, I had to switch to HTML editor, select the word again and click on the code button. Well that was pain in the ass and I don’t want to do that again. :) Now, I knew that you can easily show the hidden buttons to the visual editor.

Here’s an example on how to add the hidden buttons to the visual editor.

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Categories: jQuery // XHTML / CSS

Simple CSS Tabs with jQuery – Version 2

This is the updated version of the CSS tabs that I have posted long time ago. I have included some of the features that were requested.

What’s new in this version of CSS tabs? Quite a few things. You can now set multiple tab containers per page, set active tabs by using hash in the link and two new designs.

The demo and source code are available. If you want to go into details on how everything works, keep reading.

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Categories: LTW Testimonials // Wordpress

LTW Testimonial – Update 1.3.0

A new update for the LTW Testimonials plugin is now available, version 1.3.0.

This update adds a few new features that were requested by the users of this testimonials plugin.

I’ve also decided that this is the last feature update in the 1.x branch. Bugs will still be fixed but no new features added to 1.x

I’m going to start working on 2.x branch that will include all the features of the current version plus the ones that are missing in 1.x.

2.x will rock your pants off ;)

Also, donations are welcome (button located on the plugin page, link to it is below), even small ones as it takes a lot of time to keep this plugin alive.

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Categories: Wordpress

wp_nav_menu() and WordPress 3

WordPress 3 comes with a new very useful feature, menus.

Themes can now use the built-in menu instead of using 100 different solutions. Still, sometimes its better to use 3rd party solution for menu, but let’s leave that alone..

The other day, I was playing around with this function (wp_nav_menu()) and came to a weird problem. At least it looked like that. Actually it looked like a bug.

The problem or the bug was that the DIV’s ID and structure was different.

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