With WP UI 0.5.5, it is now possible to use multiple custom themes downloaded from jQuery UI themeroller. Till now it was not straight away possible to use even multiple jQuery UI themes on the same page, but trust me, with this guide, it’s a breeze!
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WP UI for WordPress is a plugin that lets you add smart, beautiful and responsive interface widgets, such as Tabs, Accordions, spoilers, Dialogs into your wordpress posts. This plugin is built on top of the jQuery UI and comes bundled with rich documentation, extended browser support and detailed skins and themes.
WordPress 3.0 came with quite a number of awesome and useful features. That includes native navigational menus, which can be customized through the WordPress admin. (Dashboard –> Appearance –> Menus) . Many themes released nowadays support native menus. Let us learn how to add some Native menu support.
So, What’s all the hype about HTML5 and CSS3? CSS 3 is the next version of Cascading style sheets(CSS) module. It includes so many awesome features, but there is not complete browser support yet. You can get very creative with CSS3 effects.
Lets look at three most common(css3) Properties used nowadays. That also means no IE support, as always. IE is still relying on the filters.
- Rounded Corners
- Drop shadow
Today we are going to look at the various editors used in web development. Caution : This is not a review .
Expected Features are going to be:
Coder: Syntax highlighting | Code Folding | suggestion | Correction
Designer: WYSIWYG editing | update speed | Easily insert elements
Coder: One who is not much interested in WYSIWYG editing. He types the code and refreshes the browser window to see the effect.
Designer: WYSIWYG editing.” What You See Is What You Get” Editing.