Browsing articles tagged with " Sliding Notes"

WordPress CSS Accordion Menu With Sliding Notes In 3 Easy Steps

Aug 22, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  21 Comments

CSS AccordionThis is a CSS accordion menu tutorial that explains how to implement the accordion effect in your WordPress page or post using CSS and the Sliding Notes plugin.

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Sliding Notes 1.6 – “W3C Tribute”

Jul 12, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  15 Comments

w3c-2-textorizedHere is yet another update to Sliding Notes. Besides various code improvements, it establishes conformity to the W3C XHTML 1.0 standard (important for sites that show the valid XHTML badge).

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Hackadelic Discreet Text Widget

Jul 9, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  3 Comments

September 20th 2008 - Window to the SoulDiscreet Text Widget is a generic lightweight solution to the Empty Widget Problem, and enables you to safely use SEO Table Of Contents in the sidebar in any theme. It can be used as a replacement for the default text widget, when it’s content is automatically delivered by a shortcode, and you want to hide the widget altogether when the content is empty.

Download And Enjoy It

It can be used in just the same way as the default WordPress text widget. Nothing more to say. 🙂

Sliding Notes 1.5.0 “Accordion Virtuoso”

Jun 11, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  8 Comments

Accordion playerA brand new release of Sliding Notes is out. Code name: “Accordion Virtuoso”.

Main novelty: The addition of an awesome feature which enables emulation of accordion-style behavior like this one over here.

Go get it at wordpress.org, it sure is worth upgrading. 🙂

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Sliding Notes 1.4.1 Released

Mar 10, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  No Comments

A minor update of Sliding Notes is out.

The release provides a workaround for a weird cross-browser issue on some themes, like the one reported by Magnus.

Download it as usually at wordpress.org.

Sliding Notes HowTo’s – Adding An Image To The Button

Feb 11, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  15 Comments

Without wingsThe other day I posted about the side-effect when the slider title is formated directly, therewith effectively inserting HTML tags into it. Instead I suggested using CSS to format the title.

CSS also comes in handy for adding an image» to the slider button.

This is how it is done:
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Sliding Notes Self Aid – Overcoming Theme Footer Defects

Feb 8, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  No Comments

Recently, I’ve posted about a theme defect in PassionDuo and other DailyBlogTips’ themes, and identified their failure to trigger the wp_footer action as the real cause of malfunction of plugins that depend on it, like Sliding Notes.

As it turns out, there’s a number of other themes out there which apparently have the same defect. Read more >>

Sliding Notes 1.4 – Shadowchaser Release

Feb 5, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  3 Comments

It takes a long time to grow young.I’m announcing a new release of my Sliding Notes plugin. It resolves a CSS conflict with Shadowbox JS , another popular WordPress plugin (hence the release name). At the same time, with this release I’m relieving the user from housekeeping the CSS parts that are vital to Sliding Notes function, but unrelated to its visual appearance.

Download it at wordpress.org.
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PassionDuo Theme Defect – And How To Fix It

Feb 2, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   Featured, WordPress  //  21 Comments

The Face of AngerRecently, I’ve been investigating a strange effect with Sliding Notes: On one site, the notes just did not open when clicked.

A view at the HTML of the aforementioned site revealed that the whole plugin-generated footer section – that is, the JavaScript supplied by the plugin – wasn’t there! Whew! How’s that?

I digged a bit and tracked the cause of the trouble down to a misbehavior in the “PassionDuo” theme, a theme by DailyBlogTips. Read more >>

Sliding Notes Lessons – Beware of HTML Tags In Title

Jan 28, 2009   //   by Hackadelic   //   WordPress  //  5 Comments

<span class=Since I published Sliding Notes, I’ve repeatedly seen people formatting their slider button title italic, and thereby effectively inserting HTML tags into it, like so

[slider title=”some title“]…[/slider]

resulting in: some title»

This is not a practice I’d recommend. Read more >>

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