Last week I completed a Worpress CMS conversion for a site that was running a custom Ruby on Rails CMS. Everything was pretty straightforward, only caveat was that they wanted to be able to search their 12K+ locations by zip code, paginate the results, and also display them as markers on a Google map.… Read More
In my ongoing effort of not re-inventing the wheel, I spent hours upon hours looking through ALL of the available WordPress calendar plugins for a project that I had been working on.
AJAX (required asynchronous navigation between months)
Query posts by category (would be nice if I could select the category)
Associate posts with their dates.… Read More
Last year I was working on a project that was utilizing the jQuery Cycle plugin for a slideshow and I was struggling to find a compatible jQuery lightbox script which would play FLV videos hosted on the same server (with a built in media player). Unfortunately, the best one I came across was written in MooTools which would’ve led to conflicts.… Read More
Rarely will you find the words “Favorite” and Internet Explorer 6 in the same sentence…it has been the bane of my existence ever since I began in Web Development. If I had my way I would make it illegal to even run a copy of IE6…not a far stretch considering all the pain and suffering developers have had to endure over the years.… Read More