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Makisu – CSS3 3D dropdown concept

Makisu is an experimental and very original CSS3 dropdown menu with a 3D appearance which can fold up and down with a slick effect.

The menu uses CSS 3D and comes as a jQuery plugin which auto-converts any targeted list elements.

WordPress Yoast Breadcrumbs custom post type fix

I just ran into a problem with the WordPress Breadcrumbs plugin included in WordPress SEO by Yoast and I thought I share it here. The problem I encountered was with the custom post types not displaying in the breadcrumbs trail if you use the custom post type archive page instead of a page with a custom template. So I’ve created a Yoast Breadcrumbs custom post type fix to display custom post types in the breadcrumbs trail when viewing post type archives.

Infographic: What makes someone leave a website

Awesome 3D Thumbnail Hover Effects

How to limit WordPress gallery thumbnails in the loop

Today I stumbled upon a problem, which I think it should be common sense to have in WordPress. I wanted to list the default WordPress image galleries from posts in the loop, but I couldn’t find any shortcode to limit the displayed number of thumbnails. After spending 2 hours on research I’ve found some solutions to this problem, but I had to dig in to the functions.php of my theme.

The solution is to modify the GALLERY shortcode with filters from your functions.php file and then define in a variable how many thumbnails you want in the loop, which will be interpreted by a function.

WordPress Admin Dashboard Hacks – Removing stuff

We were developing a custom subscription management plugin for Kamikaze (a cool magazine in Romania) where the subscribed users had to be redirected to the WordPress Dashboard after logging in.

WordPress by default has some small “widgets” that are intended for a tech savvy blogger or for an administrator, not for a basic internet user who barely knows how to check his e-mail. This is why we had to remove these so called widgets from the dashboard, but only for the users and not for the administrators.