Hello all! Hope your week is going well. Me and the wife just got back from a relaxing vacation in New Orleans (Which was the reason there was no post this weekend 😉 ), and now I’m back to it! Today I’m bringing you a bunch of WordPress resources. As I’m sure your aware, WordPress is my tool of choice. The wonderful thing about WordPress, i
s you can do just about anything with it. So I’ve compiled this list in hopes of showing you some cool things you can do with your WordPress site that you might not have known. This list includes general resources, inspiration, quality themes, along with a bunch of tips & tricks (from beginner to more advanced) Enjoy! (If you have some really cool resource you feel I’ve missed, leave it in the comments so others can check it out.)
General WordPress Resources:
jExpand is ultra lightweight jQuery plugin that will make your tables expandable. Typical for line of business applications, this feature can help you organize tables better. This way, tables can hold more information such as images, lists, diagrams and other elements.
For me, standard HTML Select element is pretty much annoying. It’s ugly. It can’t be styled properly in Internet Explorer. And it can’t contain nothing but simple text. That is the reason why I needed to reinvent Drop Down element. This tutorial shows how to do that (easily, believe it or not).
Viewing the sunrise from Earth is a beautiful site,but viewing the sunrise from space is an almost moving experience. With the Sun approximately 150 million kilometers away, and with its light taking about eight and half minutes to reach us, it all adds up to a beautiful site.
This is a guest article from Lilian Ostropel.
A New Dawn
Multi Level and (Multi Direction)
This is a very flexible and good looking menu. Can be transformed by changing CSS class name only. Available transformations: horizontal, vertical left-to-right, vertical right-to-left, horizontal linear, horizontal upwards.
Picok (personal information cockpit) is an open source, multi-user script where users can create their own iGoogle-like start pages.
It is ideal for intranets as an admin account can pre-define the available components like feed addresses & users can select items from that list.
Similar to iGoogle, the items can be:
- drag’n dropped
The script has integration support for Lotus Notes, Doodle, Wikipedia, Google Maps & more. Also, users can create post-it notes.