If you ever found strange that you could edit the terms of a custom taxonomy for a custom post type using the Quick Edit link but you couldn't see the terms applied in the columns, you're not alone. That's why in this tutorial we will learn how to display those terms in the list view… Continue reading Add columns for custom taxonomies to custom post types in WordPress
This is the last roundup from content published on 2010 on ILC and it's dedicated to WordPress. During 2010 WordPress reached version 3.0 gaining custom post types, menus, shortlinks and custom backgrounds and headers, as well as the merge of WordPress MU and WordPress. 2011 is awaiting the release of 3.1 with some other great… Continue reading Best WordPress tutorials in ILC in 2010
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Now that 2010 is over, it's nice to look back and see how many things you've learned on the last year. In order to start stretching those muscles for 2011, here's a review of the most interesting jQuery tutorials featured in ilovecolors during 2010. Add a character counter for the excerpt in WordPress Reveal extra… Continue reading Best jQuery Tutorials in ILC in 2010
The excerpt is great for magazine sites where only a small bunch of words can be displayed on the home page. However, the lack of a character counting functionality for the field makes it hard to know how many you already typed in. In this tutorial we will learn how to easily add a character counter for the excerpt.
Sometimes we need to include a feedback form but without making it too obtrusive to the user so we only want to add options when he is actually using it. In this tutorial we're going to learn how to reveal hidden fields in a form when an option in a select combo box is selected… Continue reading Reveal extra form fields using a select box with jQuery
A friend asked the other day how to create a featured posts section without using plugins, since most of WordPress plugins that you can find to create featured posts are a bit bloated, which isn't neccesarily bad, since plugins authors try to address almost every situation in order to provide a more useful plugin. The… Continue reading Featured posts slider in WordPress using sticky posts and jQuery
Back in April 3rd, 2009, I wrote a small script to create tabs with jQuery. Many readers liked its simplicity and asked for some more features, like the ability to automatically rotate between each tab and those were into the second incarnation of the tabs. Many more asked through the comments or by email about… Continue reading Multiple instances of jQuery Tabs
You might be familiar with sites like Dribbble or Creattica where they show, along with the usual text tag, another tag which is simply a coloured rectangle for Dribbble or a square in Creattica. Not only do they look good but they are an effective interface element. In this tutorial we will learn how to… Continue reading Output each WordPress tag with a specific class
In this tutorial we will learn how to use jQuery and cookies to store some user preferences in a cookie to display an specific content to the user.