I occasionally have the need to display an overlay element whenever I want to display some time of dialog in the context of my project.
Unfortunately, most plugins or third-party options are a little heavy for having to add a simple overlay. Here’s a function I’ve been using in the past couple of projects: Continue reading “Creating an Overlay Element with jQuery”
One of the challenges that theme and plugin developers have to face is making sure that their code works regardless of the directory in which their project is installed.
Case in point: for the past couple of weeks, I’ve been working on a number of WordPress-specific projects each of which features some heavy client-side functionality.
The reason it seems like quite a few self-taught programmers “make it big without a degree” is the same as the reason why it seems like all people who make it to 120 lived on cigarettes and bacon and drank a bottle of whiskey every day: exceptions draw a lot of attention.