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WordPress Highlight Lookups Plugin Cookies Tutorial

The recent WordPress Highlight Lookups Plugin Tutorial presented a static 8 option list of absolute URLs to navigate to, nuanced by the highlighted text of the user on a webpage of this blog. Our aim today is to loosen that … Continue reading

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WordPress Highlight Lookups Plugin Tutorial

Yesterday’s WordPress Highlight Lookups Tutorial showed us … functionality to link highlighted text to Wikipedia, Google, Free Dictionary and other inhouse links via the TwentyTen theme’s wp-contents/themes/twentyten/header.php … and today, the lesson is that any functionality you do that way … Continue reading

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WordPress Highlight Lookups Tutorial

We’re back at WordPress TwentyTen theme header.php change methodologies to implement some new WordPress functionality like yesterday’s WordPress Plugin Primer Tutorial in that highlighted text of a webpage is used (except that we’ve now opened it up to the non-admin … Continue reading

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WordPress Plugin Primer Tutorial

Normally we make changes to this TwentyTen themed WordPress blog by changing that theme’s wp-content/themes/twentyten/header.php file. But today we show you how to write the PHP code needed to write a WordPress.org admin login plugin to create a hyperlink to … Continue reading

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WordPress Calendar Widget Above the Fold Word Count Tutorial

We’re trying out a new idea extending the recent WordPress Calendar Widget Above the Fold Cut to the Chase Tutorial‘s … Cut to the Chase dropdown (HTML select) element driven functionality … with, new today … Blog Posting (most numerous … Continue reading

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WordPress Calendar Widget Above the Fold Cut to the Chase Tutorial

The recent WordPress Widget via Animated Emoji Button Above the Fold Tutorial “WordPress Widgets Above the Fold” work needs to return back to the specifics of those “early days” amended Calendar Widget because we want to contextualize … chronology … … Continue reading

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WordPress Widget via Animated Emoji Button Above the Fold Tutorial

We have a dual purpose blog posting today that … continues on the WordPress Calendar Widget WordPress Link to Iframe via Calendar Widget Above the Fold Tutorial “above the fold” theme, extending the coding logic to handle other widgets that … Continue reading

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WordPress Link to Iframe via Calendar Widget Above the Fold Tutorial

As a web application programmer, it may seem a pretty obvious aim (or User Experience (UX) stratagem) in programming life, to seek to place functionality “above the fold” (ie. within an initial screen height and width view). The “above the … Continue reading

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