jQuery Smooth Scrolling from CSS-Tricks
A Simple Route to Writing a React.js App in a WordPress Plugin
We’ll start this article with a demo:
Patching Holes in CSS with jQuery: A Practical Example
Today we look at a real-world problem that CSS can’t easily solve, and examine the jQuery fix.
How To Stop a Post Publishing (Without a Featured Image) in WordPress with jQuery
This week’s post is something new. It’s new in two ways. First, rather than being a mostly text post, I made this first as a screencast. If that’s a speed and format you like, watch away. (You’ll probably need to watch at 720p or better resolution, ideally full screen. First time recording on the new computer made me forgetful about those issues.)
A Crash Course in AJAX for WordPress
Fred and I were just talking the other day about how initially-confusing the way you do Ajax requests in WordPress was to us. Both of us, completely independently, encountered a plugin we were trying to understand, knew was using Ajax, and couldn’t for the life of us tell how. It’s just not obvious when you’re new to all the concepts involved.
Making jQuery Plugins into WordPress Plugins
We’ve never gotten fan mail before—and we still haven’t. But David’s article last week did draw a nice comment from a user thanking him for the knowledge drop.
Everything You Should Know About Using Custom Scripts and Styles In WordPress
Handy WordPress Code Snippets
There are certain snippets of WordPress code that you seem to end up using over and over again. In this post are ten great snippets that will make coding that bit easier.