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AMember is a membership management application that can be integrated with many popular projects, including WordPress. However, I have found very little support for WPMU in the realm of member management software. I haven’t tried out many of the WordPress plugins, because I’m just not Read Full Article →
This took me far too long to figure out, so thought it might save someone else some time. Include CSS and jQuery: <link type="text/css" href="/includes/jquery/css/ui-lightness/jquery-ui-1.7.2.custom.css” rel=”Stylesheet” /> The HTML: <ul id=”new_fields”> <li id=”field_id_44″ class=”ui-state-default”>Item 1</li> <li id=”field_id_5″ class=”ui-state-default”>Item 2</li> <li id=”field_id_9″ class=”ui-state-default”>Item Read Full Article →
Instead of adding Terms and Conditions to the signup page, this plugin presents all users except admins with your terms and conditions the first time they login. The Admin menu is hidden until they accept your terms if the option to require agreement on ‘All Read Full Article →
I work as a contractor for several companies, one of which has been using a couple of Ruby on Rails web applications. I worked with a small team of developers to write them: a payment site, and the actual product/service site. As time went by, Read Full Article →
Have you ever used WordPress posts for something other than a blog post? I use them for FAQ pages, but I don’t want the FAQs to show up in the main blog, so I added this into the theme functions.php. It can also be used Read Full Article →