Posts by Jared
Organize your WordPress Theme in 3 Easy Steps
Like many developers out there, I do my best to write clean and manageable code. Read on to find out three simple steps to make your WordPress themes better than ever.Read More
Awesome WordPress Feature of the Day: Add Theme Support
This has become one of my favorite features when I build a new WordPress theme. It seems like such a simple thing, but when I started coding my themes with this function in mind everything melds together so nicely.Read More
First Impressions: Genesis Theme Framework
Lately I’ve been doing a lot more work with WordPress, and it’s given me the opportunity to work on lots of different themes and theme frameworks. Given the choice I would much rather start a new theme from scratch. Of course “from scratch” means using one of the many starter themes people have put together,…Read More
JSON vs. XML: What Should You Use?
Lots of people have asked me this question: which is better when loading data via an ajax request? JSON is my favorite. I’m going to try and explain the benefits of JSON over XML.Read More
jQuery's document.ready(), What is it and Why is it Useful?
Adding Twitter to your site with jQuery Part 2
This series of articles will explain how to retrieve information from Twitter using their API, and ways you can display it on your website in an attractive way. In Part 2 we will add some simple CSS to the tweet to make it look nice, and display all the data the twitter API returns.Read More
Adding Twitter to your site with jQuery Part 1
This series of articles will explain how to retrieve information from Twitter using their API, and ways you can display it on your website in an attractive way. Part one we will go over the basic of the Twitter API and look at some simple code that will print out a list of tweets.Read More
We're attending the jQuery Conference!
That’s Right! We are signed up to join 298 other web professionals in Cambridge for this years jQuery Conference. The conference will be held September 12th and 13th at Microsoft New England Research and Development Center in Boston, MA.Read More