Phew. That’s quite a title. This tutorial was requested by Heather Lickliter yesterday who wanted a line of images similar to that of another theme, namely the Album theme. Using The Attached Image it’s really easy to do. The hard part is making the custom query for WordPress. I also believe that Heather wants to include it on a WordPress […]Read more
Making a options page for a WordPress plugin isn’t actually that hard. It’s just the page WordPress have on how to do it isn’t exactly the easiest thing to read. So I thought I would show you how I made my options page for The Attached Image. Hopefully it will be easier to understand and help alot of you plugin […]Read more
Ok, so yesterday I did a tutorial about making a animation similar to that which WordPress uses when you delete posts etc. You know the fade to red & slide up thing… Yep? Good.Read more
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. […]Read more
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. […]Read more
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. […]Read more
Today I’m going to show you how to write your own shortcode plugin for WordPress. The shortcode system can be extremely powerful & for developers they are great for allowing clients to insert complicated pieces of HTML into posts without worrying about it being overly complicated. Now as usual you need to start your plugin with the following:
Plugin Name: Plugin Name
Plugin URI: Plugin URL, can be your website URL.
Description: Type what the plugin is used for here.
Author: Your name
Version: Version number, like 1.0
Author URI: Your Website's address
You […]Read more