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My first article published on Developer Drive shows how to use the Google Analytics API with the Google Charts API to display page-specific analytics right in each page.
WordPress gained great functionality by adding custom post types and one great feature of custom post types is that it can share the same categories as regular posts. However while you can view an archive of posts by category you canâ€™t do so with a custom post type without using an ugly URL.
Often I find myself needing to add a lot of extra styling to one or two pages in WordPress but I don’t want to bloat my theme’s style.css with lots of extra code.
Transparency can be a handy tool. Why not use it to fade out content that the user isn’t focusing on?
WordPress can be aÂ powerfulÂ contentÂ managementÂ system but if you have multiple users often some can end up with permissions that you really wish they didn’t have. There are plenty of plugins that will let you customize user permissions but it’s not that hard to do ourselves by removing certain links from the admin menu for those specific user roles.
One of the reason HTC’s phones are so popular right now is their slick interface. The most iconic part of their interface is their clock and weather widget and with the help of some CSS3 we can recreate the whole thing.
One of the challenges of being a web developer is that sometimes you need to cram handfuls of content on a page like a manatee into a tube top without cluttering things up. Of course Google is the king of simple and effective interfaces and they made a perfect way to show and hide long video descriptions under each YouTube video.