In the eighth installment from this series we’ll be creating a shortcode to display multiple slides into a slider. In the previous post we added the first shortcode for displaying a single slide. Now, we’ll grab multiple of those slides and show them anywhere we want into an animated slider.
In the seventh post from this series we’re going to talk about how to create your own WordPress shortcodes in order to display the slides and sliders we created. The previous post in which we added custom metadata to our mnsp_slider taxonomy terms, was the last post focusing only on the admin side. Starting now […]
In this post we’ll be adding a few pieces of metadata to the sliders we’ll be creating using the taxonomy we added to our custom post type in an earlier post. In the previous post we talked about metadata and we created a custom meta box in which we collect additional information about each slide […]
Here we are with another post of our series in which we’re gonna create a custom meta box for our slide post type in which we’ll be able set some custom options that we’ll be defining later in this post. In the previous post we created a custom taxonomy for grouping multiple slides into a slider, which actually […]
Picking off where we left off, in this post we’ll be talking about grouping two or more of our slides into a slider by creating a custom taxonomy. In the previous post we talked about creating a custom content type for our slides an as we’ve seen, it is a pretty straight forward process involving […]
In this post from the series of tutorials on creating a WordPress plugin for displaying image slides we’ll learn how to create a custom post type which will house the functionality, content and metadata information of our image slides. In the previous post we set things up using the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate which gave us […]
In the second post post from the series of tutorials on creating a WordPress plugin for displaying image slides we’ll learn how to setup a WordPress plugin that is more complex and using best practice techniques and code. In the previous post of the series we’ve briefly introduced the basic concept of creating WordPress plugins. […]
This is the first post from a series of tutorials in which we’ll create a WordPress plugin for displaying image slides. This first part is an introduction to creating WordPress plugins. Plugins, alongside themes, have been a driving force for the huge success of WordPress’ which now powers some 30% of the websites on the […]