WordPress – Best Practices For Posting Published on October 29, 2010
You can say or show the world anything you like on your WordPress site. Here are some tips you need to know to help you write your posts in WordPress.
This post is intended to help new word press user or general bloggers, but it can also help experienced users to produce better and more user friendly contents for heir word press blogs.
Inserting a widget in-between posts Published on February 25, 2010
Sometimes you need to insert advertising banners, images, widgets or any sort of “gizmo” between you posts, archives or category listings.
Let’s say you need to add a flash banner between the 1st and the 2nd posts, or insert a currency calculator after the 3rd post of your page. Anything goes as long as it goes inside a widget.
To do so you’ll need your theme to be custom coded. This tutorial is about achieving that.
Word Press Accessibility: The noscript attribute. Published on January 20, 2010
Word Press Accessibility: The <noscript> attribute.
The basic rules of accessibility state that you should always provide alternative content to users no able to access it, if you rely only on scripts to deploy it.
No one should be left out, and all users are entitled to have a similar “rich browsing experience” regardless of their personal physical challenges.
With this article I intend to bring your Word Press websites a bit closer to what I state in the previous paragraph that sometimes, to some people seems like a utopia.
Let’s get our hands dirty with code!