So when it comes to social bookmarking sites, there is a plethora of worthy front-runners for you to choose from. However, when it comes to social bookmarking sites that harness the nearly infinite power of the wildly popular social networking site “Twitter”… Well, then there’s only ONE:
Twittley is the hottest thing to hit the social bookmarking scene since someone decided it would be a nifty idea to register the domain http://icio.us and add the sub-domain del in front of it in order to create the uber popular del.icio.us that has become a common name around the interwebs! In fact, I would venture to say that Twittley is more than delicious… It’s scrumptious!
That’s one of the reasons why I wanted to feature not so well known, totally new or just useful plugins you’ve probably never seen before. All plugins are very carefully picked, this is absolutely not some random list.
I also added WordPress site monthly download statistics to let you know how popular these plugins are, but don’t underestimate new plugins. Just scroll through the list and maybe you’ll get several new features on your blog to make life easier. Hope you like this!
This plugin lets you show a different greeting message to your new visitors depending on their referrer url.
For example, when a Digg user clicks through from Digg, they will see a message reminding them to digg your post if they like it. Another example, when a visitor clicks through from Twitter, they will see a message suggesting them to twit the post and follow you on Twitter. You can also set a default greeting message for new visitors (not matching any referrer URLs) suggesting them to subscribe to your RSS feed. Having these targeted suggestions will help your blog increase exposure, loyal readership, and reader interaction
Gives you manual control over the order of your WordPress pages by letting you easily set an explicit order. Works with subpages too. Now with built-in Widget support.
It offers an Ajaxed interface with pretty fast paging & data-sorting.
Columns can be resized & any columns can be easily removed for a better view of data.
MyTableGrid allows browsing via keyboard (with the help of KeyTable library).
It supports instant editing of cells & complete skinning via CSS.
It enables you to watch how visitors interact with a webpage like:
- which areas they click
- what parts they highlight
- & more..
The script is very easy-to-install by simply uploading the project folder & including the JS files to the pages to be recorded (documentation).
With various options provided, it is possible to enable/disable viewing the mouse activity routes, distances, clicks & more. Continue reading
Are you new to CSS? The initial process of learning this nifty language can be a little daunting, there’s so much to learn it can sometimes be difficult to figure out where to start. Luckily there’s plenty of valuable information and resources out there on the web that covers everything from the basics through to advanced topics. This collection of 15 articles pulls together some of the best must read blog posts for anyone looking to get started with CSS styling.
jQuery definitely is one of the biggest trends coming in up-to-date designs and the best of all, everything is done without countless code lines. Keeping in mind such aspects I created hopefully pretty complete collection of jQuery sites, tip and trick articles, video screencasts, tutorials, cheat sheets and lot’s more. Took a while to compile and research was really solid. Enjoy as always!
Introduction to Jquery, further reading and basics.
Huge Tutorial Series From Beginner To Intermediate User, Tips And Tricks