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CSS Only Drop Down Menus for WordPress

jsandahl • May 10, 2013

So you want to create a menu with a drop-down for WordPress. The challenge in this is that the formatting needs to happen on the submenu when the parent item is selected. This is where the…

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Wordpress

Creating Posts from Formidable Form requests.

jordanrodriguez • April 24, 2013

Recently I have been wanting to generate user created posts from a project I have been working on in WordPress. One functionality that I came across was using Formidable to create posts. I’m not sure if…

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PHP

WordPress Stylesheet Missing in Safari

jsandahl • April 15, 2013

This is an interesting situation. You might have migrated your blog lately or your hosting provider moved your database somewhere and all the sudden your WordPress blog is no longer showing up in Safari. It may…

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jQuery / Javascript

Limit Character Count in ACF Repeater Text Field

Sarah Berg • April 7, 2013

Limiting the characters in a given field is a good way to dummyproof your admin dashboard so content writers don’t write novel length entries for a field that should only be a few words. This could…

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PHP

Can’t Update in WordPress – Missing Archive File

Sarah Berg • April 5, 2013

Working on a lot of WordPress sites, I’ve never encountered this till this point. The first clue was that I couldn’t just install plugins from the plugin library, i had to install them manually. However, updating…

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Mobile

Ajax calls in WordPress.

jordanrodriguez • April 2, 2013

Lets discuss ajax calls in WordPress. I’ve seen some tutorials on this but many seem to have issues. Some seem to not even work. Here I’m going to post my solution to hitting ajax in WordPress….

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Mobile

Best mobile plugins for WordPress?

jordanrodriguez • March 18, 2013

Now we mainly go for responsive design and development around here. We use the Foundations Framework mainly. But every now and then a mobile design spec comes along that requires different page layouts and queries and…

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PHP

Events Lists in WordPress.

jordanrodriguez • March 16, 2013

So you want to make an events list in WordPress? There is a lot to do! First off lets define how this should work. Since I’m writing this blog I’ll tell you how mine works and…

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Put Templates in your Template so you can Theme while you Theme!

jordanrodriguez • February 9, 2013

I heard you like templates! We were making a site that called several different pages on one page. It also required that the markup be different for different types of pages. We ran into an issue…

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My Most Used WordPress Plugins of 2012

Sarah Berg • December 30, 2012

Not really an interesting post, but I suppose I may just document the plugins I use on basically everything.  It may as well be a custom intallation just for me with all these plugin preinstalled since…

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jQuery / Javascript

“Invalid Label” JSON error from $.POST method – The WordPress “Login With Ajax” Dilema

Sarah Berg • December 6, 2012

Upgrade your jQuery Hey having this problem? Update your jQuery! **I used version 1.8.3. looks like this is fixed now in v1.6, after upgrading the issue disappeared. Have an updated jQuery installed? Make sure you aren’t…

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PHP

How PHP Globals Work

jsandahl • November 14, 2012

I had a reminder of how globals work recently. I was trying to perform a WordPress query using the $wpdb global for the database. The global was declared at the top of the file like this:…

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jQuery / Javascript

WordPress e-Commerce flat rate shipping patch!

jordanrodriguez • November 13, 2012

Ok so we have seen that there have been multiple attempts to fix this shipping input problem on WordPress. I spent sometime this morning looking up a work around that should fix this problem. First thing…

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How to Format Current Menu and Submenu Items Simultaneously with WordPress

jsandahl • October 23, 2012

Yes. I’m now doing a WordPress site. One of the biggest advantages to WordPress is its automatically-generated CSS classes. It automatically generates classes for just about any event, which is really helpful for the developer. So…

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Linux

403 Forbidden on WordPress Stylesheet

jsandahl • August 8, 2012

So you’re editing away on the server and all the sudden, your styling disappears. Disconcerting? Absolutely. But you’ve come to the right place for a solution. One of two things could be happening with a permissions…

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