One of my favorite additions to WordPress over the last few years was the redesigned media manager. Launched in version 3.5, it was a big improvement, with features like drag-and-drop uploading and an improved gallery function. It is also pretty easy to integrate into WordPress plugins.Read more
Useful Examples of CSS Pseudo-Classes :before and :after
Put simply, CSS pseudo-classes a way to append styles that relate to existing elements. (Here’s a much more complex description.) They’ve been around awhile and browser support is pretty good. Common examples include :hover and :first-child.Read more
CSS drop-down menus: keeping the top level selected when hovering over a sub-menu, now in jQuery
CSS drop-down menus: how to keep the top level selected when hovering over a sub-menu
Pure CSS-based drop-down menus are a great thing, if for no other reason than their sheer simplicity and flexibility. However, they have two main drawbacks.
- They don’t work in Internet Explorer 6 due to the browser’s poor support for the
- When the mouse cursor is over a drop-down, the top level navigation item does not stay highlighted under most conditions.