WordPress Plugins - Part 2

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Is Your WordPress Theme Plugin-Friendly?

May 21st, 2010 in Plugins, Themes, WordPress
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Did you know that the correct functioning of some plugins is dependent the “plugin-friendliness” of your WordPress theme? The themes that come default with WordPress are okay. But if you’re using a theme designed by someone else, you might want to inspect it to make sure. First go to the “Theme Editor” tab under the [...]

s3Slider jQuery Plugin

May 20th, 2010 in Plugins
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Boban created a wonderful “featured content” jQuery plugin. You’ve seen this effect many, many times. Now you can easily implement the functionality into your own web apps. Want to know exactly how to use it? Watch a video tutorial over at the ThemeForest blog. Cost: Free, Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Found Via: www.serie3.info/ View the [...]

jQuery Plugin: Preload Images

May 20th, 2010 in Plugins
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Today, I came across a great jQuery plugin that will preload your images. This file now has a permanent spot in my “resources” folder. The plugin essentially scans your CSS files and preloads all of the images within it. Cost: Free, links back Found Via: www.filamentgroup.com View the original source.

Live Query

May 20th, 2010 in Plugins
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If you’ve ever dynamically created an element using Javascript, you’ll no doubt have experienced problems with binding events to these elements. Luckily, a small jQuery plugin created by Brandon Aaron (jQuery team member), called Live Query, makes this a cinch. “Live Query utilizes the power of jQuery selectors by binding events or firing callbacks for [...]