Happy New Year!
First of all I would like to take a second to wish all of you a Happy New Year! The blog became a bit inactive the past few months but this is going to change. More articles will be posted more regularly and the tutorial series ‘How to create a dynamic website’, by popular request, will be continued with more excellent content, tips & tricks.
Second, As you know (or not, in that case you discover it now) the CMS tutorial crew is dedicated in bringing together the best Web design & -development tutorials the internet has to offer. Below is a list of the 20 most popular tutorials viewed on our site (http://cmstutorials.org) in 2012. Enjoy!
Creating login forms on your WordPress blog used to be a complicated task. Now, thanks to the wp_login_form() function, displaying login forms on your blog has become easier. But what about a shortcode?
This tutorial will teach you how to display your WordPress posts in a Carousel using the jquery package carouFredSel.
We’re going to build a stylish, straightforward login form, and today we’ll be looking at the Photoshop side of things.
Let’s slice up the PSD, sort out some markup, style the whole lot, add some jQuery flourishes, then finish off with some inline form validation.
This tutorial will teach you how to spice up your 404 pages and not scare your visitors away.
This quick tip screencast will show you how to create your own custom jQuery library and exclude all the things you do not need to keep your library clean and minmal.
A very usefull snippet to redirect 404 pages to your homepage.
In this tutorial you will be using a jQuery plugin called Verbose Calendar in combination with Custom Post Types to create a simple event calendar.
This quick tip will show you how to add a milestone countdown widget in wordpress.
This tutorial will show you how to add videos and more in your wordpress comments using oEmbed.
This tutorial will teach you how to create a responsive grid using WordPress shortcodes.