Blog Category: WordPress

WordPress Function to Easily Include Files

July 6, 2014 Development, PHP, WordPress

WordPress Function to Easily Include Files

When building a website these days, include files are incredibly useful for the common pieces such as the header, footer and sidebar. In WordPress, I usually stick with the basic …

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Stopping WordPress From Redirecting Matched Slugs

July 1, 2014 Development, PHP, WordPress

Stopping WordPress From Redirecting Matched Slugs

A friend of mine asked recently why an old link was redirecting to a similarly named page in WordPress. Even though the page had been deleted, the link was still …

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Only Show Posts in WordPress Search Results

May 30, 2014 Development, PHP, WordPress

Only Show Posts in WordPress Search Results

By default, the WordPress search shows results from pages and posts. One client only wanted to search their blog posts and not the rest of the pages on the site. …

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Show Posts From One Category on WordPress Index.php

May 22, 2014 Development, jQuery, WordPress

Show Posts From One Category on WordPress Index.php

The same client who wanted only one category to show on the calendar also wanted only one category to show on the blog landing page. This was solved with a …

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Show Only One Category on WordPress Calendar

May 20, 2014 Plugins, WordPress

Show Only One Category on WordPress Calendar

On a recent build, the client insisted on having a calendar in the sidebar to show their previous blog posts. The default WordPress calendar widget worked great for this. The …

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Using Vector Icons For Arrows and More

April 15, 2014 CSS, Development, HTML, WordPress

Using Vector Icons For Arrows and More

Vector icon sets are web icons that can be used through CSS and HTML by including a specialized font family. I frequently use vector icons when developing websites for social …

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Styling the Default WordPress Calendar

April 2, 2014 CSS, Development, WordPress

Styling the Default WordPress Calendar

When you add the default WordPress calendar widget, it comes out looking pretty bland. It’s coding is stuck in the table-era of web development but it still does the job …

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Noetyx: Creating a Modern Horizontal One-Pager

November 10, 2013 Case Studies, CSS, Development, jQuery, WordPress

Noetyx: Creating a Modern Horizontal One-Pager

Noetyx is a pharmaceutical company located in New Jersey run by a great team that creates innovative products and services. Noetyx was designed by a good friend while I did …

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AmbuGator: An Ambulance Turned Tailgating King

November 9, 2013 Case Studies, WordPress

AmbuGator: An Ambulance Turned Tailgating King

AmbuGator is an ambulance turned tailgating vehicle by University of Florida alumni John Byrnes. He’s a die-hard Florida Gators fan and wanted to express his passion by tailgating at each …

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The Swell Shell: My First One-Pager

November 9, 2013 Case Studies, CSS, Development, jQuery, WordPress

The Swell Shell: My First One-Pager

A good friend of mine asked if I wanted to work with him on an upcoming project. I agreed and that project became Noetyx, but before we started work on …

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