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Exclude Pages from Navigation Menu in Jekyll
My Jekyll based website have a small number of first-tier pages that I would like to display in the navigation menu, but I also have some second-tier pages that I would like to not junk up the navigation menu. There are many ways to exclude pages from the navigation menu in Jekyll, but I’m trying to avoid using plugins, because I believe that the simplest solution is to just exclude second-tier pages from the navigation menu entirely. One quick and easy way I found is to simply harness the power of Jekyll’s Front-matter for any page I want to exclude. It’s a simple two-step process.Continue reading →
Integration of the WordPress Media Uploader into Plugin Options Page
Sometimes I want to create a simple and intuitive graphic interface for my clients in order to give them an opportunity to upload an images on the options page of my plugin. I could make just a text input field where they can place the image URL, and sometimes it’s what I need in a certain situation, but more often it is a not professional to make so. I want to have a happy clients, I want to make a user-friendly interface of my plugins. In this article I will show you how to integrate a beautiful, simple and customisable WordPress Media Uploader into your plugin options page.Continue reading →
It makes sense to do everything you can to protect your copyrighted content. While there is no way to completely stop people from stealing your images, you can make it harder. Disabling right-clicking is one method you can use to deter casual theft.Continue reading →
Pop-ups windows are some of the most common UI elements that we can find in websites. Sometimes it’s useful to add a pop-up to your pages. You can use it, for example, to create a contact forms (sign-up boxes), photo galleries, or for areas of your website that you might need a link containing “more information”.Continue reading →
Custom 404 page for website hosted on GitHub
Recently I migrated my personal website to Adobe Muse and hosted it on GitHub Pages. Here it is: arthurgareginyan.com. Everything looks good. I tried to preserve my existing URLs. But the process wasn’t perfect. So I created a custom 404 page.Continue reading →
Change the MIME type of file by using Subversion
MIME stands for “Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions. It’s a way of identifying files on the Internet according to their nature and format. For example, using theContinue reading →
Content-typeheader value defined in a HTTP response, the browser can open the file with the proper extension/plugin. Or, if this is a screenshot of plugin which located on WordPress.org repository, then it must be opened in the tab of web browser rather than downloaded to computer. Next, I’ll show you how to set the correct MIME Type of a file using Subversion (SVN) from the command line.
Git commands that you need to know to work with tags
Like most VCSs, Git has the ability to tag specific points in history as being important. Typically people use this functionality to mark release points (v0.1, v1.0 and so on). In this post, you’ll learn how to list the available tags, how to create new tags and how to rename or delete the tags.Continue reading →