WCMS v1.3.1 RC1 released

This post is just to announce that I’ve decided to release the latest version of my very own Web Content Management System (WCMS). The somewhat strange numbering merely reflects that the WCMS h...

Download Feeds with JavaScript

Last week Google launched a new service called Google AJAX Feed API, an API which is supposed to make it easier to develop “mashup’s” in JavaScript. A “mashup” is a web ...

Content Management Systems

Devlounge.net rounds up and reviews 10 content management systems, including self-hosted and hosted-for-you solutions. With all the content management systems out there (CMS), it’s very hard to pick ...

Lightbox Media

Lightbox Media (LBM) is yet another clone of Lokesh Dhakar’s Lightbox (v2) image add-on. It’s been slightly modified to allow any content (media) apart from images to be shown inside an iframe....

Planned redesign

I’ve been thinking of changing theme for awhile but really didn’t want to reinvent the wheel (again). Therefore I’ve spent the last couple of days getting to know K2, the next gener...

Introducing Lightbox Media

Had a go at the Lightbox code earlier today as I want to be able to display more than just images. After a little tweaking I seam to have found a way to include almost anything simply by adding an op...

Lightbox alternatives

For images only As some of you might have noticed Lightbox is based on the Prototype JavaScript framework, which is also a part of WordPress. However, if your plugins doesn’t require prototype....

“Help Desk Embedded” Update

The author of the web comic Help Desk, Christopher B. Wright, recently switched from a WordPress driven to a Drupal-powered website resulting in broken links in my “yet-never-2-be-released-and-...

jQuery Menu Example

After taking a closer look at the genius jQuery JavaScript Library I decided to post an example on how easy you can create a nice looking, space-saving navigation menu. It’s nothing fancy (yet)...

How to Create a Collapsible DIV

This tutorial explains how to create a collapsible DIV with JavaScript and CSS. A simple trick that needs to be used more often. Just as I thought I’d publish a link to the tutorial it appears ...