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Andreas Lagerkvist

I'm a Swedish web developer, spare-time php-developer, wanna-be designer and ex-3D-hobbyist. This is my website where I write about stuff that interests me.

Check out the latest article and post a comment, dig through the archives for more to read or check out the jQuery section for plenty of JS-fun.

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Slightly Older Articles

  1. Creating a Basic Wordpress Plugin

    Published Friday 3rd of February 2012

    I recently created my very first Wordpress plugin (I've been coding themes for a few years though) and I thought I'd write down a little getting started for other plugin noobs out there.

    I'll cover h...

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  2. How to Create a Restaurant Menu in Wordpress 3 using Custom Post Types and Taxonomies

    Published Wednesday 18th of January 2012

    I recently created a restaurant website in Wordpress and for the first time got to use Wordpress 3's new "Custom Post Types" feature. Here I thought I'd explain how you too can create a menu using the...

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  3. HTML5 Base Wordpress Theme

    Published Tuesday 3rd of January 2012

    Like so many others I've now also written my own HTML5 starter theme for Wordpress.

    It's based on the Bones Wordpress Theme which is based on the HTML5 Boilerplate.

    A few things I've changed from Bones:

    • Removed all the class nam...

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Random jQuery Plug-ins

  • Max Length Form Controls

    Gives form-controls with a 'maxlength-XXX'-class a max-length and prohibits user from entering more than set amount. It also displays number of charac...

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  • Numeric DL

    This tiny plug-in numbers definitions in a definition-list if there are more than one definition for a term. Can be useful for FAQs, actual lists of d...

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  • Favicons

    This little plug-in will insert favicons to all external links found on your site. The plug-in scans the URL the link is pointing to for a favicon and...

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