Tech Tip

Add Expanding “Read More” Links to Your WordPress Blog

Here’s a handy jQuery/CSS snippet that adds special “read more” links to expand and hide your WordPress blog posts, accordion style. This is pretty useful if your blog page is spitting out a bunch of long posts, and you’d like to consolidate some space. The code is set to work with default WordPress classes and […]

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Fake See-Through Backgrounds with CSS

Here’s a little bit of CSS to create a cool “see-through” effect, which is particularly fun when using fixed-position background images. Try scrolling me! [CodePen height=500 show=result href=EryCo user=mickeykay ] Considerations This method utilizes the :after pseudo-element, which doesn’t work so well on inputs, but if you want to apply the same effect to form elements you

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What is Crazy Egg?

MIGHTYminnow recently came across a service called Crazy Egg. This tool helps you to analyze user interaction for various pages of your website. There is a heatmap (that shows clicks), a scrollmap (that shows how much of the page the user saw), and confetti overlay (to show where people did or did not click and read). We

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Tech Tip Tuesdays: Output a list of pages that includes/excludes pages based on their title

Hello and welcome to our first Tech Tip Tuesday, MIGHTYminnow’s very own tips & tricks series. Stay tuned for more… WordPress’ native wp_list_pages() function is great for doing just what it sounds like – outputting a clean list of pages with one line of code – but sometimes we need to do more. The following code

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