This simple jQuery script will enable you to add images for the individual tags of the WordPress tag cloud (wp_tag_cloud). With the script you can style the tag cloud too without touching the core (or WordPress) functions. The image sizes correspond to the font sizes given by the tag cloud function of WordPress.
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You might except a grander programme from that title, but this is actually a quite simple and straigthforward project. I needed to have a neat visual effect for a WordPress based website I was renovating and at first used the default options to make a gallery. I had five images in the gallery for testing. Because all of the images didn’t happen fit to the same row three were in the upper row and two in the lower. By accident the images made an inverted staircase pattern of two rows. From that I got and idea of creating a complete staircase of three rows by adding one extra row with one image. The images would be picked randomly from a larger gallery.
Download the example package: php_mysql_csv_example.zip
I needed to create a simple and easy to modify intranet database for certain project, and I now offer the setup as a complete working example. PHP and MySql are probably the most commonly used tools to organize information on the internet. The files have been derived from a couple of tutorials about creating a MySql database with PHP and .csv export, and I have compiled and commented the package from the ready job to an easily digestable form. The package is needlessly modular but I hope it provides building blocks for something of your own.
MunVuoro! (MyTurn!) campaign is a joint participatory project of eight Finnish organizations for children and youth. The main purpose is to develop methods for child participation and to support education for democracy
The website consists of the main informational pages for organizers and interactive pages for children. The target group are children aged 6 to 12.
The site was realized with the WordPress CMS.
I’m building a multi-user WordPress environment. The users are divided in groups with certain privileges. The privileges mostly concerns the backend, or the dashboard of WordPress. The purpose is to restrict the users’ ability to edit certain pages.
It’s straightforward to control user’s abilities with a role and capability plugin like Members. It’s not possible to control the user’s abilities in the dashboard with Members however. In that case it’s useful to create specific filters for the groups which show just the pages a group can edit.