Recently, I needed to list all subpages of a parent page. I also needed to display custom fields below each subpage. And, on top of that, the list needed to be 2 columns.
I found a solution
for simply listing the pages in 2 columns, but it did not suggest how to modify the ...
While working on one of our sites, I noticed funny code starting to show up in the WYSIWYG editor area. I'm not sure if it actually messed anything up, but it was really annoying:
<input id="gwProxy" type="hidden" /> <input id="jsProxy" onclick="jsCall();" type="hidden" />
I found one article
online that said it was an FCK / ...
Recently, one of our clients wanted to change the slug, or permalink, from "about-2", back to just plain ol' "about". I tried changing the slug from the "quick edit" mode. I tried to Edit the Permalink from the Post Page. No luck, it kept reverting back to about-2. After doing a few ...
One of our clients needed to upload files via their admin, and kept getting the following error message: “File type does not meet security guidelines. Try another.”
This was something new to us, and after doing some research we discovered that WordPress only allows users to upload certain types of files, and any files that ...
A few months ago, we redirected this blog from WordPressGarage.com to WPGarage.com in order to respect the request by the folks at Automattic that people not use the word WordPress in their domain name. We wrote up
We are constantly trying to find easier and better ways to create manageable blocks of content for clients.
Widgets are only helpful up to a certain point since there isn't a great plugin for a WYSIWYG visual editor that I'm aware of. The Rich Text Widget
and WYSIWYG Text Widget
are buggy and ...
While collaborating with our colleagues at Red Door
on a project, we came across SWFir
, an amazing way to add some nice subtle effects to WordPress site images. SWFir automatically adds a flash layer on top of images that can round the corners, add a shadow, rotate, or add a border. I ...
We often find ourselves looking for the best and easiest way to exclude categories or pages from the navigation menu, the WordPress loop, the category list, the feed, the search, and/or the archive. It's so easy to forget one of these elements and accidentally let that category slip into the blogstream. We actually wrote ...
We were working on a WordPress site that needed to display a sticky post at the top of the blog page with one style, and then below it a list of the most recent posts with a completely different style.
I realize that you can just style the sticky post using the sticky-related classes provided ...
Generally, the only thing a new Gregorian year (there are other calendars out there too, you know) means to me is that I must remember to write 2010 on checks. But since I’ve been reading so many New Year’s posts on other blogs, it got me thinking about what I have to say as ...