Browsing articles from "January, 2010"

Table Of Contents Anywhere With TOCMonkey, Firefox And Greasemonkey

Jan 20, 2010   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog  //  No Comments

Douc LangurAfter delivering to the WordPress community one of the first and most comprehensive table of contents plugins for WordPress, extends the content navigation experience to any Internet user regardless of the viewed website via its newest provision: TOCMonkey. Read more >>

Table Of Contents Discussion Resumed

Jan 14, 2010   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  2 Comments

I´ve got a scar that reminds me to breatheYesterday I’ve posted about the pros and cons of basing WordPress plugin functionality on JavaScript. Now Ted has written a follow up article responding to mine, from which I’ve got the slight impression he might have mistaken my post for a critique of his plugin, which it definitely wasn’t meant to be. Besides, there are also some clear misinterpretations of my arguments in his post. Here I’m taking the time to hopefully correct both aspects. Read more >>

WordPress PlugIn Tech Foundations – PHP vs JavaScript

Jan 13, 2010   //   by Hackadelic   //   Blog  //  1 Comment

PHP ElephantThis post elaborates on the sense and nonsense of technology choices for a WordPress plugin implementation. It compares two diametrically different technological foundations, PHP vs JavaScript, for WordPress plugins.1 Read more >>

  1. Of course, every WordPress plugin will ultimately contain at least some administrative portions of PHP code in order to hook into WordPress. I’m referring to the main computing though, and whether it takes place in PHP or JavaScript code. []
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