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add jQuery TimeCircles to WordPress

Add a jQuery TimeCircle Countdown Timer to WordPress

If you host an event on your website, perhaps run a competition or maybe set a product launch date, then you will need a countdown timer. One great little countdown timer is jQuery TimeCircles. It lets you set a future date and time, or otherwise you can set the timer based on number of seconds. If you set a date and time, then the countdown will finish at the set date and time. If you set a timer based on…
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Passing Parameters from Shortcode to Javascript

A WordPress shortcode is used to add extra functionality to your web page. It might be to add a print button onto a page, or perhaps a toggle accordion, Google Map, or even a Retweet button. As well as outputting something to your web page, a shortcode can also be setup to allow passing parameters to a javascript file, which can be particularly useful if you need your shortcode to be used with a script file, and you want the…
Mobile detection in WordPress

Detecting mobile and tablet browsers in WordPress

Even if you are using a responsive website design, sometimes you still need to tweak your styles or scripts on mobile devices. So is there an easy way to do this on a WordPress website? Well this might be the solution, a little trick that I came across recently, the WordPress conditional tag – wp_is_mobile(). This tag allows you to determine if a visitor is looking at your website on a mobile device such as a phone or tablet, using…
Async or Defer loading Enqueued Scripts in WordPress

Using Defer or Async with scripts in WordPress

Loading scripts and stylesheets is an integral part of the page loading for any website. These days we are well aware that web pages contain more interactivity, elements and scripts, accomplishing so much more than the early years when a website was just a simple HTML page (the very first website). Page Loading Speed is Important So how do we make sure that despite all the stuff that is going on while a webpage loads, the page still loads fast…
Add Instagram feed widget to website

How to add an Instagram feed to your WordPress website

Many bloggers use Instagram as part of their social media strategy. If you are looking at ways to share your Instagram photos on your WordPress website, then one option is to use the WordPress embed, which simply requires you to copy the Instagram URL of a photo and paste it on its own line in the WordPress editor. As an example if I put http://instagram.com/p/yiNjY6JrLI/ onto a line all by itself, then the following photo appears. Fallen lotus #lotus #watergarden…

 

Website Tips and Tutorials was last modified: November 25th, 2014 by David Tiong
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