There are countless tutorials on the web about how to write jQuery plugins. This is not a tutorial, it’s just a couple of very simple templates for creating your own jQuery methods and plugins (with callback functions) from scratch. These examples are chainable.
WordPress’s posts_nav_link tag allows passing a parameter for a separator and performs logic to conditionally display the separator when both prev/next links are present. However, if you want to use separate tags for previous and next post links for more custom control over the style and markup of your links, you lose this convenient conditional separator feature. Here’s how to recreate it.
My newly-updated reset stylesheet with a few omissions, additions, and edits. Please feel free to use and edit this CSS reset as you see fit.
Many times in the past, I have found myself logging into my blog via the Log in link in my sidebar when I want to update a post. Upon logging in, WordPress would send me to the dashboard. Instead, I would have preferred for WordPress to keep me on the same page I logged in from. To fix this, you can use WordPress’s functions to set up your theme’s login and log out links to send the user wherever you’d like.
So you’ve got a WordPress theme that you’re either creating for the first time, or that you’d like to edit to suit your needs. You want to modify your theme’s functionality or add features— where to start?
This is a beginner’s introduction to the functions.php file in WordPress themes. You do not need experience in PHP to follow along, though you should have solid knowledge of HTML/CSS and be familiar with using WordPress.
When a WordPress post has no title, it is beneficial to provide fallback text that will print to still provide a link to the post.
Place the provided code in between the title permalink anchor tags in your loop to generate “Untitled Post” text for any post where the user has not entered a title. Edit the code as appropriate for your needs.
When using multiple post types (such as standard posts mixed with custom posts), it may become necessary to query several types at once. Note that whenever you query posts, you need to ensure that pagination is enabled as well. You may do so by using this code.
If you’re using WordPress and utilizing Custom Post Types and multiple authors, you may want to list all the posts an author has written on their author.php page, custom or no. Here is the code that will enable you to grab the author as well as their posts.