WordPress shortcodes allow developers to let authors customize certain aspects of their posts in a controlled way. Since the TinyMCE editor does tend to yield inconsistent results for raw HTML (even when entered in the Text tab), shortcodes are a great way to be sure that code will output as intended when used in the… Read more »
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Nebula is a springboard WordPress theme framework for developers. It has tons of custom functionality built-in (like shortcodes, styles, and JS/PHP functions), but unlike other themes the WP Nebula is not meant for the end-user.
Wordpress developers will find all source code not obfuscated, so everything may be customized and altered to fit the needs of… Read more »
Some large companies who use Internet Explorer will have their IT department force a compatibility mode on their users to maintain consistency across the board. Usually, there is some kind of application that requires IE8 or something along those lines. In that example, the company may have computer running Windows 7 where employees could be… Read more »
Mobile apps have created a precedent of using the device's back button to close off-canvas menus. This snippet will enhance mmenu by allowing users to close the menu with the browser's back button using the History API. When the menu is opened, the current page is pushed into the user's history. Then when the user… Read more »
Add this function to your functions.php to enable an easy way of triggering Google Maps through the Wordpress WYSIWYG content editor. All you need is an API Key which can easily be obtained here. Just paste it in the snippet below and you're off and running!
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Ever need to use Gumby's rows and columns inside the Wordpress WYSIWYG content editor? I've written a collection of shortcodes that will allow you to do this without needing to use the HTML editor and risk losing the work you've done! The provided code should be added to your functions.php file, and the requires that… Read more »