I’d like to introduce SimpleModal Login, a modal Ajax login for WordPress which utilizes jQuery and the SimpleModal jQuery plugin. SimpleModal Login handles logging into WordPress but does not handle user registration or the forgot password functions. SimpleModal Login also supports themes, something I’m planning on adding to the SimpleModal Contact Form plugin as well. […]
In the SimpleModal 1.3.2 release I re-introduced an issue in IE7 with determining the container dimensions. Thanks to all who reported the issue, it has been fixed and 1.3.3 has been released. If you’re curious about the specifics, in IE7, $(element).width() (and height()) return a value that includes the padding and/or margin of the element. […]
SimpleModal 1.3.2 is now available for download. In case you are wondering, 1.3.1 was used in the demos but never officially released. The demos have been updated as well. A number a container dimension fixes were added as well as a new option, autoPosition, which can be used to turn off auto positioning of the […]
Since I’m not planning on carving another WordPress pumpkin this year, I thought I’d create some desktop wallpapers of the pumpkin I carved last year for WordPress fans to show their holiday spirit.
Having used jQuery and WordPress together on a number of plugins and themes, I thought I’d share some tips that I have learned. The following are 5 clear, concise, and relevant tips that you should know when using jQuery in your WordPress Theme or Plugin. 1. Use wp_enqueue_script() The traditional way to include jQuery in […]
After releasing the pagination function for WordPress code, I decided to make it easier to use by creating an official WordPress Plugin. So, I’d like to introduce WP-Paginate, a simple and flexible pagination plugin which provides users with better navigation for your WordPress site. If you have any feedback or issues, please let me know! […]
The September 2009 issue of JSMag is now available and I’m happy to announce that one of my photos was selected for the cover.
A modified version of this code, with extra features, is now available as a WordPress plugin: WP-Paginate The way WordPress handles post pages is to provide links to the previous posts and next posts, using previous_posts_link() and next_posts_link() respectively. When redesigning my site, I wanted to paginate the post pages to provide users with a […]