Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: Loading The JavaScript

Additional functionality can be added to a WordPress using JavaScript. For example, the Series Index uses JavaScript to allow the index to be shown or hidden when the user clicks a toggle link. The JavaScript will be stored in a separate file which, when I use it, I usually call… Read more“Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: Loading The JavaScript”

Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: Loading The CSS

The majority of the plugins I have created have created have an output visible to the user. For example, the Posts Archive can be used in a widget (see the side menu) or on a page. And to display the output to the best advantage it needs to be formatted;… Read more“Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: Loading The CSS”

Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: Coding Paradigms

Having covered the basics of a WordPress plugin from the php tags to the file header, I thought a quick discussion of the code types in which WordPress plugins can be written and which I have used. There are two code types that can be used: Procedural Programming Object Oriented… Read more“Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: Coding Paradigms”

Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: The Basics

Throughout this Anatomy Of A WordPress series I am going to be running through a number of the functions I use a lot and other items required when developing plugins. But, for the first post, it is probably best to start at the very beginning. When creating a WordPress plugin,… Read more“Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: The Basics”

Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: Series Index

Having recently taken up writing plugins for WordPress I am currently on quite a step learning curve; these posts will serve as reminders to myself on what the different parts of a WordPress plugin arehow they hang together. If anyone spots something which could be better, or is flat out… Read more“Anatomy Of A WordPress Plugin: Series Index”

azurecurve Multisite Favicon 1.0.0 Released

My fifth plugin has just been published via the WordPress.org Plugins Directory; the Multisite Favicon allows each site in a multisite network have a separate favicon. This plugin is multi-site compatible and allows a network default icon to be set via the Network Admin area while each site in the… Read more“azurecurve Multisite Favicon 1.0.0 Released”