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Spooky WordPress: Disturbingly Brilliant Uses of WP
Ideally, you won’t have any 404 situations in your site. Of course, we all know this is far from being true and “Not found” pages on your site is a common situation that might arise from different reasons, ranging from bad or expired links to simple user typos. In these cases, you can and should build better 404 page by providing some information for them to find the content they were looking for. In this tutorial we will explore one way to build a more friendly 404 page by displaying the WordPress search field populating it with the terms used in the url written by the user.
It’s been little less than a month when the modified widget for TDO Mini Forms to support custom taxonomies was released. It didn’t allowed you to enter new terms for taxonomies and most important, it didn’t featured custom post types support, so here’s the entire plugin updated for TDO Mini Forms to support custom post types, allowing the addition of new terms for custom taxonomies.
Back in April 3rd, 2009, I wrote a small script to create tabs with jQuery. Many readers liked its simplicity and asked for some more features, like the ability to automatically rotate between each tab and those were into the second incarnation of the tabs. Many more asked through the comments or by email about the posibility to include multiple instances of the rotating tabs and that’s what this release is about. Read more