In this post, you will find a little reminder of Mootools base functions (Basic Learning) , tips and examples to do more things with less code.
The purpose of the following reminder is to help you understand the tips and examples.
Comments are a very important part of a blog: This is where your readers gives you feedback about your posts. Many bloggers loves to receive feedback on their articles, but it's not always that easy, especially on a newly created weblog. On Cats WhoCode, I got 690 comments for 36 articles, so here's some simple tips I had implemented on my blog for getting more comments.
Yaro Starak is a well known blogger, the author of the popular site Entrepreneurs Journey which tells bloggers how to make money online. Yaro recently launched the Blog Mastermind, a training course for everyone who wants to makes money from his/her blog. As we wanted to know more about it, here's our second blogger interview here at CatsWhoCode.
Ever wished to sell your ebooks, premium themes or your band's mp3 directly on your Wordpress blog? Here's eShop, a Wordpress plugin especially designed to turn your blog into an online store.
Even if most blogs have a very simple navigation, Worpress allows you to create very advanced menus. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a "Magazine Style" horizontal drop-down menu, for your categories or even your pages.
When you're looking for a very eye-candy way to display your content, slideshows are always a good choice. Here's our selection of 10 cross-platform, absolutely stunning slideshows, carousels and sliders, based on Mootools, JQuery, Yahoo! User Interface, and Script.aculo.us.