Despite the WP Editor project being a work in progress, I found the three plugins that are currently available easy to use without needing a manual to get me started. While many themes provide the same functionality through the use of shortcodes, if a user were to switch themes, those styles would disappear. By using a plugin to add these visual elements, users are safe to switch themes without losing the look of their styled content. These plugins are a solid way to easily add visual punch to otherwise boring text.
Content in a site is the main dish, and creating content in WordPress is simple. WordPress uses TinyMCE as content editor, we can also spice up our content with shortcodes to create complex content layout.
Last month I launch WP-Editor.com. A simpler way to create buttons, boxes, even column in WordPress Visual Editor. It’s still very limited in term of functionality, but it’s amazing to know that we can do this in WordPress default content editor.
But what if we can do this?
I was working on a restaurant site and i need a simple way to create restaurant menus (food menus, not navigation menus) so the restaurant owner can create easily create food item, re-order food item, delete food item, upload photo of food item, add price, etc.
In WordPress we can separate post/pages using
<!--nextpage-->. It’s hard to remember the tag, and you need to add it using “Text” editor, not visual editor. This is how you can add “Next Page” or “Page Break” button in Visual Editor, Just like this:
It’s very simple, you can add this code in your theme/child theme functions.php or add it in a functionality plugin.
I never thought that dual monitor will be very productive and fun. I don’t even open several windows in my monitor because it’s too distracting. I always open each window in full screen. But not anymore with live.js and dual monitor. It’s really fun !
Tungdo did something interesting.
But I’m not interested. It was like building bbpress theme, or buddypress theme.
I think it’s something wp core need to do. If wp.com use wp.org to steal post format from tumblr. They should do it again for better admin UI. (And they are doing it right now)
However admin theme plugin (alpha) by Justin is awesome. (Didn’t know it was so simple)
I hate shortcode. So i create this for my next theme. Tutorial, coming soon….
It’s not always easy to develop a WordPress site. Specially a complex site. I have switching and changing my workflow. Each and every site is unique and not every workflow is suitable for every case. I always try to get things done as soon as possible. Not because i have to, or because i’m a productivity nuts. But i lose focus very easily, specially when i develop my own site.
Right now i i use a very simple workflow to develop WordPress site, WordPress Theme, or Plugin. This is step by step what i did.
Sometime we need to disable sidebar / widget area conditionally, The most popular option is to use Widget Logic Plugin, or you can try my plugin: Atomic Widget (update: no longer available). But if you prefer manual way, maybe for client site where you don’t want to confuse them with extra settings in widget you can do this easily with this code.