If your site is available via HTTP and HTTPS, then likely your share counts, likes, comments, etc appear differently depending on which protocol is used. Learn how to solve this problem and ensure consistency regardless of protocol.
Trestle A handy boilerplate child theme for serious Genesis developers. Trestle takes a lot of the grunt work out of building sites using the Genesis Framework, providing quick and easy-to-implement solutions to common problems and repetitive tasks. We’ve taken Genesis’ rock-solid foundation, integrated mobile-first CSS, responsive navigation, a full-featured settings panel, and much more. Download. Install.
I’m just going to come right out and say it: blogVault is my new favorite way to backup, migrate, and restore WordPress websites. We stumbled upon blogVault – or rather, it stumbled upon us – when blogVault founder Akshat Choudhary paid a visit to one of our Bay Area Web Freelancer Meetups. Long story short,
One of the things WordPress does right out of the box that we don’t always like is automatically add an extra 10px of width to all images with captions. This is great if you want to preserve the default .wp-caption styling with a nice 5px of padded gray around the image, but if you change your
WP Hotkeys WP Hotkeys provides time-saving keyboard shortcuts to help you quickly navigate the WordPress dashboard. Download Now » WP Hotkeys helps you navigate your dashboard as quickly as possible with fully customizable keyboard shortcuts. After installing WP Hotkeys, you will see the default hotkey hints display in brackets next to each standard menu item
There are a ton of great solutions out there for creating equal heights columns – so many that it can get a bit daunting to choose one. Here’s a simple jQuery snippet we’ve started using when CSS alone won’t suffice. Thanks to Rob Glazebrook for the building blocks, to which we added some special functionality
Recently, we were working on a project in which we needed a reliable way to get URL’s for WordPress admin menu items (Dashboard, Posts, Plugins, Tools, etc). Despite our best searching efforts, we simply could not find an answer – seemingly no existing function to accomplish this task. So we ended up digging into menu-header.php,
We throw around the phrase “mobile first” a lot here at MIGHTYminnow. It factors into many of our discussions and plays an important role in pretty much every site we build. We even created the Genesis Mobile First Child Theme, which is dedicated to making it as easy as possible to go mobile first when working
jQuery Responsive Select Menu Automatically turn your standard WordPress navigation menus into responsive select / drop-down menus when the screen is below a certain width. Download Now » GitHub Repo » jQuery Responsive Select Menu gives you a simple way to make your navigation menus responsive for mobile devices like phones and tablets (iPhone, Android,
Our next stop in MIGHTYminnow’s favorite WordPress plugins is Widget Context. This plugin allows you to specify exactly where your widgets do and don’t show up. Using widget context, you can tell a widget to only appear on a certain page, in a specific section (e.g. all pages under About Us), or everywhere on your site