Are you still using a plugin to show the most commented posts on your WordPress blog? Discard that plugin and get more control. Read on to find out how to display the most commented posts in your WordPress sidebar or wherever you want to put it.
Get the latest and updated jquery script for preloading your images visually with a spinner. Discard the old and in with the new script!
Yes, I know. This article has been written a thousand times before. But this solution is different. It doesn’t require a plugin, and it’s very easy to implement. And if you have spare time to read this one, go ahead. I promise you it will be worth it.
I’ve been playing with Webkit transitions for quite sometime and so far I’m really impressed with what it can do. Animations and effects that I thought was only possible with jQuery is now possible with CSS and webkit.
I’ve been developing WordPress themes for more than 2 years and based from my own experience and personal preferences, here are the most common WordPress code snippets that I use. Please do check it out and if you learn a thing or two, let me know in the comments.
UPDATE: This script has been updated. Please go to the new post about the updated visual preloader script.
I have been searching the web for methods on how to visually preload the images on your site. I have found a few good ones but they require a defined source or path and that doesn’t work for me. I needed something to preload any image from any source or URL. So I gave up the search and created a simple solution for myself. Read on to find out how I did it.