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Create a FAQ Page with WordPress using Custom Post Types

August 27, 2011 at 6:11 am Tags: | |

net.tutsplus.comGreat and complete tutorial on how to create a custom post types in WordPress. This example is about how-to create a FAQ section, but you can use the “basic” for any other sections too. I’m sure I will use it for a FAQ page I need to build. It shouldn’t be so difficult to use some jQuery accordion function and categories to create FAQ groups? Time for another tutorial ;)

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CSS Textarea tweaks

June 30, 2011 at 11:22 am Tags: | |

css-tricks.comAll you need to know about CSS and textarea form elements :). Read about how-to tweak your textarea using CSS and sometimes a little bit jQuery. Great and complete tutorial thanks for sharing this knowledge!

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jQuery Tabs

November 28, 2010 at 3:55 pm Tags: | | |

jqueryfordesigners.comThe design is not really a killer, but the code works pretty good and doesn’t require any jQuery plugin. Just experiment with the code and put on your own CSS style sheet. Thanks for sharing! I will use this code in the script section on finalwebsites.com.

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How to create a kick-ass CSS3 progress bar

November 7, 2010 at 10:31 am Tags: |

www.catswhocode.comA really cool progress bar, you can show this loader animation while your other stuff is loaded in the background. Would be great if something like this (with a % counter) was available for file uploads.

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PHP: Fast and easy SQL queries using ezSQL

November 7, 2010 at 10:21 am Tags: | | | | |

www.catswhocode.comGreat article about using a database abstraction layer! I like EZ a lot, they have great classes, but more interesting is the discussion about PDO (check the comments). Last time I checked PDO, most of the PDO drivers were in an early development stadium. Now it’s possible to use IBM, postgres,… the big ones like Microsoft SQL and Oracle are still experimental :(

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Simple jQuery Slideshow

November 6, 2010 at 11:21 am Tags: | | |

jonraasch.comGreat and simple slider. Just place some DIV container with a few images into your page and the jQuery plugin will do the animation. Tested the plugin in IE7, Firefox (Linux) and Chrome

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