myStickymenu Theme Support

Since I seen a lot of your interest in this simple plugin I decided to publish some of the classes and custom css required for myStickymenu to work properly with different themes. I’ll update this post as time passes, please…

Page of posts with two columns in Twenty Thirteen

Ok, so we all agree that Twenty Thirteen theme is perfect for nice clean start for your website, it’s responsive, simple and nice, all we need to do is to expand it a bit to fit our project requirements. By…

myStickymenu – Extended style functionality using .myfixed sticky class

myStickymenu is based on javascript which will add .myfixed css class to any predefined element class after scroll by default. For example with default .navbar class: <div id="navbar" class="navbar"></div><div id="navbar" class="navbar"></div> will become <div id="navbar" class="navbar myfixed"></div><div id="navbar" class="navbar myfixed"></div>…

How to create Twentythirteen child theme for WordPress

Proper way to start with wordpress is by creating your own child theme. I found default Twentythirteen WordPress theme is very handy and easy to setup, so it will be a shame to loose any changes made after every update.…

WordPress 3.8.1 – things to do

So, this will be my little guide, mostly for myself (if I did smth wront please let me know 🙂 ), to have a better control over some usual wordpress, not bugs, but let’s say things to do to make…

How to implement fancyBox in WordPress – creating your own plugin

Ok first of all, you will need original fancyBox script created by Jānis Skarnelis that can be found at fancyapps.com/fancybox/. In this tutorial I used latest fancyBox version 2.1.5 Once you finish download, create new folder and call it myfancybox. …