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I’ve seen several premium WordPress themes that used different kinds of featured sliders for home page. Is nothing wrong here, it’s a good way of putting important thing first. What it bother me is this silly thing: to add an article to the feature slider you have to use a certain tag. Or worse, a certain category! That’s SILLY and very not user friendly (don’t forget that many editors are very non-technics!).
I developed several WP theme over the last two years and I used to make things in the very same way. Until I had few complains from final clients (sometimes I work for the middle man) that the „tag” way is very user-not-too-friendly. So I had to find another way of doing this.
Custom Fields way
The most easy way of having a way to sort things up is the use of custom fields. So you can add a custom field, named let’s say…
featured with the value
true. Or something similar. This way you can add some description too, a different title and other goodies.
Custom fields issues
Even if custom fields sounds the right choice, there might be a small problem. Let’s say your awesome blog has only one featured post per month (or even week). As a very busy man, you will probably forget if the custom field was
featured. And the value was
yes or just
1 ? Hmmm…
The solution is…
Custom Fields with Write Panels!
How about this: a very neat panel with a checkbox? That’s all you will need. The whole thing is just one click away!
Is a very easy way of doing the whole thing and very easy to implement.
The whole code is here: Citeste mai departe »
Zoso arată, mai în glumă, mai în serios, cum poți face orice site o aplicatie pe device-ul tău iOS. Dar asta din punctul de vedere al utilizatorului.
Ca owner de site ar fi bine să faci două chestii:
1. Launch Icon
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" href="/touch-icon-iphone.png" /> <link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="72x72" href="/touch-icon-ipad.png" /> <link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="114x114" href="/touch-icon-iphone4.png" />
Long story short pui o imagine în
public_html (sau echivalentul) pentru fiecare format ( 57×57 – default, 72×72 – ipad și 114×114 – iphone 4 / retina display )
Mai multe detalii aici.
2. Browser Bar
<meta name="apple-mobile-web-app-capable" content="yes">
Mai multe detalii aici.