Every time I create a new version of one of my themes, there’s a lot of steps I’m going through. I have to update version numbers, minifying CSS/JS files, commit the changes, tag the release, create a zip file (and make sure no hidden files are left in there). These are all mostly manual steps which can be quite time-consuming to go though, and more importantly: remember.
My Youtube Profile Field plugin has just had a major update. The plugin, which allows you to automatically display your latest Youtube videos on your site, is now at version 3.1.
The biggest front-end change is the use of the native WordPress video player, which since 3.9 has been able to play Youtube videos.
This means that the videos will match your theme even better – especially if you use a theme like Cycnus, as shown below:
My latest WordPress plugin, Grid Columns Media Button, recently landed in the WordPress.org plugin repository.
The plugin is a child plugin of Justin Tadlock’s Grid Columns plugin, to more easily add the plugin’s
[column] shortcode to your posts and pages.
February 2011 – 2 and a half years ago.
That’s the time since this site last got a complete makeover. A lot have changed in the last 2½ years, both in terms of the web, and my self.
So now’s the time for a new Jayj.dk.
I’ve taking the opportunity to go over some of the new things of the redesign – both the design and functionality.
The front page is no longer a list of blog posts but rather a useful frontpage, featuring my most popular themes, latest posts, and plugins.
Most people come to this site to download my themes which now is the first thing you see.
I’m currently working on version 1.6 of Cakifo and I’d like your input on what should be in that version.
So if you’re using Cakifo this is your opportunity to decide how to make it even more awesome! If you have a few minutes, please answer the survey below:
Thanks to everybody who answered!
Even though your suggestion might not have been added, it has been heard and being very valuable during the development 🙂
WordPress 3.4 introducted the Theme Customizer feature which allows site admins to tweak a theme’s settings and live preview those changes in real time.
In this post, I’ll give you a custom control class makes it possible to add a multiple select list to your theme customizer settings.
How to add the settings is not the focus of this post so you should check out posts like “How to leverage the Theme Customizer in your own themes” instead for great explaining on how to use the feature.
By default WordPress have controls for stuff like text fields, check boxes, color wheels, select lists, and image handling. But there’s no way to use a
select list with the ‘multiple’ attribute unless you extend the