I'm David, web designer/developer specializing in building functional websites using WordPress. I have strong skills in theme development using Hybrid Core framework and plugin development. It's okay if you want to hire me.
When I write f(x) Photo Tag plugin, I think it’s best to put the menu under “Media” because it’s simpler, and also make sense.
Sometimes we want to add custom post type admin menu as sub-menu item on other post type or under settings page, because it make sense (not all post type need to be parent menu), and I like this approach because it make WordPress Admin cleaner.
I feel that I try to do too much this time. Not only I’m busy with client work, but I also have tons of unfinished project. It’s time to be honest and list all what I want to do and prioritize my tasks.Read MoreTo Do List Overload
In responsive design, usually we use percentage width for sidebar and content width. It’s easy to do. For example 60% content with 40% sidebar. So both Content and Sidebar width will scale using this ratio.
This approach is widely use, but I don’t personally like it. I prefer to have a fixed width sidebar, like this:
Implementing fixed width sidebar in responsive design is actually possible (even though it’s a little tricky).
In this post I will cover both 2 column and 3 column layout with full example.
Note: I’m not using JS to create the layout, And I also did not use calc() CSS because a lot of browser don’t support this yet.
Not all plugins works well out of the box. Some plugin require a theme support, from simple CSS tweak to template files modification.
As a theme developer, it’s hard to choose which plugins I should support in my theme. It takes time to do this, and theme developer also need to “watch” these plugins to make sure all is working well for latest version of each plugins.