Many newer social media communities and web applications are pushing the boundaries of interface design. Form inputs have changed a lot over just the past 4-5 years. One such feature is the tag select input field, where users can enter tags which appear as block items within the field itself.
For this tutorial I want to demonstrate how we can build this effect to be used in any website. To save time I’ll be using the jQuery Tags Input Plugin which is free and open source to use on any project. I prefer this plugin over some others because of the many parameters and options for customizing the experience. Take a peek at my live demo to see what we will be creating.
WordPress has become one of the most popular open source blogging systems around and keeps getting better & better. It is a great content management system, not because big sites like Mashable use it, but because of its community which is always ready to help you without wanting anything in return.
Not just that, there are a number of useful WordPress resource sites that offer extensive tutorials & WordPress-related content. In this post I’m going to share top 8 best WordPress resource sites. I have tried to collect the best resources, but there are too many high quality sources to list them all.
When developing premium WordPress themes and plugins it is essential that you build them with localization as standard, this allows the theme user to easily translate their WordPress themes so that the theme can be used by all languages.
In todays tutorial I wanted to show you how to add translation and localization support to a WordPress theme and how you can easily create the translation .po and .mo files.