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Widgets

  • Widgets
    Building a Recent Post Widget Powered by SimplePieRecent post widget simplepie
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    In today's world, website speed is very important. most internet users are impatient and tend to leave a website that take too long to load. One great way to improving the performance of WordPress site is by reducing the number of plugins that queries the database such as a Recent Post widget plugin.Read More…
  • Plugins
    How to Use WordPress Color Picker APIWordpress color picker preview
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    When the WordPress team releases a new version, they introduce some new features not only for users but for developers, as well. WordPress offers a lot of tools that make it easier to develop new fantastic themes or plugins. One of the latest API available for WordPress developers is the new Color Picker; this feature allows to replace the standard text field with a nice and user friendly color picker. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how add the color picker inside your WordPress project. Read More…
  • Widgets
    Building a Countdown Timer WidgetBuilding a countdown timer widget preview
    We all love a celebration, and now that Easter is over, we look forward to the next occasion. How far away is the next occasion you like to celebrate? Whatever it might be, let's build a widget plugin to add a countdown timer to our sidebar showing how long we have left to wait.Read More…
  • Widgets
    How to Build Custom Dashboard WidgetsHow to build custom dashboard widgets 400
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    The WordPress Dashboard is a great place to see updates, or any kind of information related to your activity. In this tutorial, we'll see how to dispose of default widgets and how to create your own custom widgets. We are going to create a simple plugin to handle this so it can apply to any theme.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Making Use of jQuery UI's Widget FactoryJquery ui widget factory
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    For a long time, the only way to write custom controls in jQuery was to extend the $.fn namespace. This works well for simple widgets, however, as you start building more stateful widgets, it quickly becomes cumbersome. To aid in the process of building widgets, the jQuery UI team introduced the Widget Factory, which removes most of the boilerplate that is typically associated with managing a widget. Read More…
  • Widgets
    Twitter Trends Widget for WordPressPreview
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    In this tutorial we are going to create a WordPress widget that displays Twitter Trends by region. We will use Twitter's Trends API and update trends after a specific time duration using WordPress' Transients API.Read More…
  • Widgets
    Facebook Like Box Widget for WordPressFacebook like box 200x200
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    If your website has a Facebook page then it's a good idea to promote this to your readers by displaying a Facebook like box on the sidebar of the blog. In this tutorial we are going to create a WordPress widget which displays your Facebook like box. With this WordPress widget you will have the option to display the box header, show your latest fans and show your latest Facebook stream.Read More…
  • Widgets
    Integrating Superfish Menu Into a TemplateIntro superfish
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    This is a short and easy step-by-step guide to using the jQuery menu plugin, Superfish, developed by Joel Birch.Read More…
  • Plugins
    Getting Started With BuddyPressThumbnail
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    Best of Wptuts 2011: Every week through January, we're going to revisit some of our favorite posts from 2011. With the recent popularity explosion of BuddyPress and a wide range of new BuddyPress themes available at ThemeForest, it makes good sense to kick off this 2011 recap with Adam Murray's incredible BuddyPress series! We've all worked hard to establish that Wordpress is a great content management solution, but what about it's social networking aspect? Today, I want to walk you through the basics of using BuddyPress, a social networking system built on top of the Wordpress platform. Learning how to use this will add a really valuable item to your field of knowledge, especially as clients want social integration more and more every day.Read More…
  • Widgets
    Writing Maintainable WordPress Widgets: Part 1 of 2Plugin boilerplate thumbnail
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    Best of Wptuts 2011: Every week through January, we're going to revisit some of our favorite posts from 2011. Plugin development can often feel like the wild west if you're creating something from scratch without a boilerplate or a similar plugin to work from - Tom's 2 part series on Maintainable WordPress Widgets/Plugins offers some practical guidelines that should keep you on the tracks! When it comes to software development, frameworks and libraries are popular because they're helpful, right? They provide a consistent way to write and organize code in hopes of making development and maintenance as easy as possible.Read More…
  • Plugins
    Create a TwitterRSS Stats Widget for WordPressPreview
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    In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the steps of setting up a widget, its settings form, and displaying it on your site. At the end of the tutorial, you can download an example plugin to build from. Of course, you can apply this to your themes as well.Read More…
  • Widgets
    Create a "Mashable-Inspired" Sidebar Social Widget for WordPressPreview
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    I've had a lot of requests lately to share a tutorial on how I created the sidebar widget on my personal blog. It looks nice and most important, it works! With some simple PHP and CSS, I'm sure everybody can implement this on their blogs easily. Today I'm going to show you how to create mine... in hopes that you'll be able to create your own custom version for your own projects!Read More…
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