Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Usually, WordPress theme developer already provide a tooltip for post title. This tooltip appears when visitor hover the mouse over a post title in the home page or archive page or any page with linked post title. This tutorial, a very easy tutorial, will help you add a fancy jQuery tooltip for your WordPress post title, replacing the default one. read more: http://www.dynamicwp.net/articles-and-tutorials/how-to-create-fancy-jquerytooltip-for-your-wordpress-post-title/
We address the issue of keeping uploaded files in sync or, in other words, we will provide solution for the file synchronization problem using WordPress as an example.
WordPress 3 has gone gold and ships with an amazing new menu manager that can be used to control the navigation menus of your website. This tutorial will teach you how to change the default output of this manager, since getting a custom output can heavily improve the style of your themes.
In this article we will present our unique solution for automation of app installation in just one click – Jelastic Packaging Standard (JPS). We will describe how to package your own application in order to share it as ready-to-use product.
In this tutorial I will go over implementing Full-Text search in Laravel 4 . Those who have used Laravel 3 in the past may remember that there used to be support for FULLTEXT indexes. This functionality has been removed in Laravel 4 but can still easily be implemented.
Follow this overview post to see how a mix of query posts snippets were used to create a custom featured post layout in WordPress.
To help site visitor finding one or two categories, We can use default widget or wp_list_categories to list the categories. In some case, We want to display the categories along with their posts. Unfortunately, this default widget and function can’t perform that. But this snippet can. Read more : http://www.dynamicwp.net/articles-and-tutorials/how-to-list-categories-along-with-their-posts/
Having trackbacks, pingbacks and comments all mixed up in one place can get really messy and confusing. In this tutorial we will separate trackbacks and pingbacks from comments.
This is a Simple User Registration Script in PHP and MySQL. By using this user can easily register, filling username, email, password fields. After submitting form, the data will be stored in a database table. So that next time user can login with the login credentials which are used while user registration.
Twitter Emulation Using MooTools 1.2 and PHP
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