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PHP » Content Management Systems — about 8 years ago
Get All Wordpress Navigation Menus If you are creating a custom themes options page or a Wordpress plugin which needs to get all the Wordpress menus in your site. This small function can be very useful, it will return all the Wordpress menus on your site in an array so you can process them as you want.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 8 years ago
The WordPress WP_Query functions allows you to pass in an array of parameters to search your posts on your blog. You can pass in multiple different parameters to narrow down the posts to get exactly what you need. But with this massive flexibility you can get confused as to what you can exactly query on. Here is a list of parameters you can send to WP_Query to get the blog posts you need.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 8 years ago
But for you Wordpress developers that want to use one of your shortcodes in Widgets you need to add the following snippet in your functions.php file.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 8 years ago
The standard text editor has all the basic settings which you would need from the text editor, but there is another setting to add more buttons and features to the TinyMCE text editor.
JavaScript » Basics — about 8 years ago
A Hovercard jQuery plugin that enables you to display related information with the hovered label, link, or any html element of your choice.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
If you have used CSS background gradients before then you will know how you can add gradients to the background of elements, but it's not as easy to change the colour of text to have a gradient just by using CSS.
PHP » Basics — about 8 years ago
Luckily Wordpress comes with a Transient API where you can cache anything including results from queries. Below is a Wordpress snippet to use next time you need to make a custom query to the Wordpress database.
PHP » Basics — about 8 years ago
These messages can be really be useful to Wordpress developers as you can let your users know about changes you are currently making. Using the below snippet you can add a Message to the dashboard, these can either be error messages or just a notice messages.Add the following to the functions.php file to add the error messages or notice messages.
JavaScript » Dynamic HTML — about 8 years ago
Impress.js is a presentation framework which uses all the new features of CSS3 transforms and CSS transitions to create unique presentations. In this tutorial you will learn how you don’t need to use the old powerpoint presentation software now we have Impress.js.
PHP » Frameworks — about 8 years ago
You can create a WordPress widget to do anything you want, the easiest way to create a WordPress widget is to inherit the WP_Widget class. This way you can use the inbuilt functions to update the widget, display the widget and create an admin page for the widget. Below is the boilerplate of a WordPress widget, when you create a new widget just copy and paste the below code as a starting point for your Widget.
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