Tag: plugin

CSS Hat translates layer styles to CSS3 code

CSS Hat translates layer styles to CSS3 code. Oh my, you Photoshop guys are going to love this.

Posted: May 17, 2012

Real Shadow: jQuery Plugin that casts photorealistic shadows

Real Shadow: jQuery Plugin that casts photorealistic shadows. This is quite a neat little jQuery plugin that does what’s on the tin: add photorealistic shadows to DOM elements.

Posted: May 17, 2012

Introducing Front End Upload Pro – Available Today!

The second Pro series Plugin is making it’s debut! Front End Upload Pro is the big brother to Front End Upload and aims to make getting a great, publicly accessible upload form on your site in a matter of minutes. I’m really excited to talk through all of the features that differentiate Front End Upload Pro from the free version, and would love to know your thoughts!

Posted: March 26, 2012

jQuery Plugin Development Boilerplate

jQuery Plugin Development Boilerplate | Websanova. This is a nice bookmark to have on hand should you come up with an idea for a jQuery plugin. It’s important to respect the conventions of the library when extending it, so using this as your baseline would be a smart move.

Posted: March 20, 2012

10 Coding Tips to Write Superior jQuery Plugins

10 Coding Tips to Write Superior jQuery Plugins | Websanova. Great, cohesive list of tips for writing your jQuery plugins: Keep All Your Code in a Closure Provide and Extend Default Options Always Return the Element Keep Single Use Code Outside Main Loop Setup Class Prototyping – The Why Setup Class Prototyping – The How […]

Posted: February 28, 2012

WordPress Widget Image Field: A Widget Utility Plugin

I’ve built a number of custom Widgets for projects, but image fields were always a bit of a hassle usually involving copying and pasting of image URLs. Based on the work I’ve been doing with Attachments, I thought this experience could be improved upon.

Posted: February 06, 2012

Introducing Hierarchy: Even More CMS for WordPress

A long standing (for what reason I’ve yet to understand) debate surrounding WordPress is whether or not it’s a “true” content management system versus a blogging platform. I’ve just released Hierarchy, a new WordPress plugin that will hopefully bridge the gap some still see.

Posted: January 05, 2012

Announcing Front End Upload, a New WordPress Plugin

Over the past month or so I’ve been working on one of the plugins I’ve had in the works for a bit. This one makes integrating a front end upload system with your WordPress theme a piece of cake. Development will continue to be active, but I’d love to get some initial feedback.

Posted: January 02, 2012

Easy Content Deployment for WordPress: RAMP

Easy Content Deployment for WordPress: RAMP. By far the most hideous part of continuous development is database migration. While we have stellar tools for source code management, the database layer seems to be just abstracted enough to be painful. I’ve just learned of RAMP through the stream of tweets from #wcsf and I’m impressed. RAMP […]

Posted: August 17, 2011

WordPress – Markdown on Save

WordPress › Markdown on Save « WordPress Plugins. I’ve been a fan of Markdown for quite some time, but never took the jump to fully implementing it on any of my sites. I always had this nagging issue of ‘what if I want to switch back?’ and I simply continued writing my posts in TextMate […]

Posted: June 07, 2011