Jetpack has the infinite scroll functionality ready for archive and blog views. However, it’s turned off for search results views. Learn how to enable Jetpack’s Infinite Scroll in search results using a filter and how to disable it for a custom post type archive.
While developing a theme or a plugin we sometimes need to check if a certain third-party plugin is available for use. Here you’ll learn a simple way to detect not only if the plugin is active in a single site but also if it’s network-wide enabled.
WordPress.com includes some unique features for their users, such as the ability to embed videos using the [youtube] shortcode. Trouble arises when users migrate their blogs to a self-hosted solution using WordPress.org, since the format is incompatible.
In this post we will see how to create a shortcode that allows to display the [youtube] shortcode in our self-hosted blogs.
When visitors read your awesome blog post they’ll often want to share some text quotes from it, pin some images or share both to Facebook. So why not making it easier for them? With the Share It plugin for WordPress you can create ready-to-share snippets in your post content.
Table of contents are essential to navigate a long text and also to provide the visitor a quick overview of the text. Indexa is a WordPress plugin that creates a table of contents in your post, page or custom post type.
Collapse is a WordPress plugin to create sliding side panels in your site with images, videos, posts, widgets and more.
Allground is a plugin for WordPress that allows you to create responsive fullscreen backgrounds that adjust to the browser viewport using images or videos.
Ever needed to save some real state screen but you had a lot of content that you needed to expose? Alldion is a plugin for WordPress that empowers you to create responsive accordions for your site.
AllSlider is a WordPress plugin to create touch responsive sliders and carousels using your posts, images, videos, HTML, shortcodes and WooCommerce products as slides.
WordPress allows you to embed tweets by pasting the tweet URL into your posts. You get a nice card with the tweet and all relevant details. Sadly, this card will not work on responsive sites due to a fix width applied by Twitter. In this post we’ll see how to remove it and also make our embedded tweet properly responsive.