Delete Row Animation WordPress Style In jQuery

/ jQuery, Wordpress / by Paul Robinson / 0 comments

Ok, so I don’t want to act like I’m copying or anything, but a few people asked me recently how to make an animation like WordPress has when it deletes a row in it’s tables. Well in Mootools it can be acheved by following this great tutorial by David Walsh. However I was asked how to do it in jQuery. […]

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Simple jQuery Tutorial – Hiding A Box Of Content

/ jQuery / by Paul Robinson / 12 Comments

So continuing on with my simple tutorials for people who are just learning to code. Here is a simple jQuery tutorial that will show you how to make the classic box that hides content when a button is clicked, but with a fancy sliding animation. Now if you have experience with jQuery you may say: “Well Paul there is already […]

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Making A Template Using The Attached Image Plugin

/ Wordpress / by Paul Robinson / 0 comments

Right, I’m back after my christmas break & since I had a barrage of emails asking how to make it, I thought I’d show you how to make the layout shown in the screenshot for my new plugin the_attached_image(). Remember it’s a WordPress theme so you don’t need a huge amount of PHP knowledge, but a little would be helpful. […]

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WordPress Plugin: The Attached Image

/ WordPress Plugins / by Paul Robinson / 556 Comments

Warning This plugin is here for legacy support only. WordPress now contains a featured image system which does the job of this plugin from within the WordPress core. Please try to avoid using this plugin unless it is unavoidable. I will still provide limited support via comments or email, but it will no longer receive any updates or bug fixes. […]

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Storing Multiple Items In One MySQL Field

/ Misc / by Paul Robinson / 4 Comments

A little while ago I posted about storing more than one piece of information in a MySQL table field. This can help with storing arrays of data that do not need to be included in a relationship. Anyway the trick here is to first place the information you want to store in your MySQL table into an array, so let’s […]

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Using PHP Sessions To Store Information

/ PHP / by Paul Robinson / 0 comments

Something that most people starting out learning PHP ask is how do you store information temporary? Well the answer to the that is by using PHP sessions. So here is a quick overview of how to use sessions in PHP. Sessions are, in a nutshell, a way of temporary storing information in the browser’s memory while a user is browsing […]

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Storing IP Address Data In A MySQL Database

/ Misc / by Paul Robinson / 6 Comments

Today we are going to take a look at one of the most efficient ways to store IP addresses in a MySQL database. You may think that you would store an IP address as a VARCHAR(15) field and you could, but this is not the most efficient way to store IPs. Instead you could use an INT. Please remember though […]

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Starting Out With Codeigniter Part 1

/ Misc / by Paul Robinson / 5 Comments

I have recently started using Codeigniter, and found it to be an incredibly powerful framework. Some people argue that lazy people use frameworks, but personally I think it stops you from having to re-invent the wheel everytime you start a new project. Getting Codeigniter The only place I advise you get Codeigniter from is the official Codeigniter website. Also while […]

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