Mm Plugin: WP Hotkeys

WP Hotkeys WP Hotkeys provides time-saving keyboard shortcuts to help you quickly navigate the WordPress dashboard. Download Now » WP Hotkeys helps you navigate your dashboard as quickly as possible with fully customizable keyboard shortcuts. After installing WP Hotkeys, you will see the default hotkey hints display in brackets next to each standard menu item … Continue reading“Mm Plugin: WP Hotkeys”

Equal Height Columns with jQuery

There are a ton of great solutions out there for creating equal heights columns – so many that it can get a bit daunting to choose one. Here’s a simple jQuery snippet we’ve started using when CSS alone won’t suffice. Thanks to Rob Glazebrook for the building blocks, to which we added some special functionality … Continue reading“Equal Height Columns with jQuery”

How to Get URLs for WordPress Admin Menu Items

Recently, we were working on a project in which we needed a reliable way to get URL’s for WordPress admin menu items (Dashboard, Posts, Plugins, Tools, etc). Despite our best searching efforts, we simply could not find an answer – seemingly no existing function to accomplish this task. So we ended up digging into menu-header.php, … Continue reading“How to Get URLs for WordPress Admin Menu Items”

Meetup Fun and Productivity Tool Roundup

The latest Bay Area Web Freelancers Meetup lived up to its name – “Productivity & Pinot” – with a healthy dose of both. Individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds and professions descended on MIGHTYminnow HQ to share their favorite tools of the trade. Here are some of our favorites: Vimium http://vimium.github.io/ This Chrome browser … Continue reading“Meetup Fun and Productivity Tool Roundup”

What is Mobile First CSS and Why Does It Rock?

We throw around the phrase “mobile first” a lot here at MIGHTYminnow. It factors into many of our discussions and plays an important role in pretty much every site we build. We even created the Genesis Mobile First Child Theme, which is dedicated to making it as easy as possible to go mobile first when working … Continue reading“What is Mobile First CSS and Why Does It Rock?”

Mm Plugin: jQuery Responsive Select Menu

jQuery Responsive Select Menu Automatically turn your standard WordPress navigation menus into responsive select / drop-down menus when the screen is below a certain width. Download Now » See Demo » GitHub Repo » jQuery Responsive Select Menu gives you a simple way to make your navigation menus responsive for mobile devices like phones and … Continue reading“Mm Plugin: jQuery Responsive Select Menu”

Mm Plugin: Super Simple Related Posts

Super Simple Related Posts A super simple widget to output related posts based on categories, tags, or custom taxonomies. You get to decide how the posts are related (categories, tags, custom taxonomies), what to show (posts, pages, custom post types), and a whole lot more. Download Now » See Demo » GitHub Repo » The … Continue reading“Mm Plugin: Super Simple Related Posts”

:hover Effects for Mobile

We recently completed a project in which we needed to popup a tooltip-like box when hovering over an element. The :hover CSS pseudo-class works fine in desktop, but not so well on mobile. What ends up happening on mobile is that tapping the target element does indeed pop up the tooltip, but tapping elsewhere on … Continue reading“:hover Effects for Mobile”

Mm Plugin: HTML5 Placeholder Polyfill

MIGHTYminnow is proud to announce our new plugin: HTML5 Placeholder Polyfill! The plugin adds placeholder support for older browsers like Internet Explorer 7/8/9 and Opera Mini which don’t support placeholders natively. We simply took Mathias Bynens’ amazing jQuery placeholder polyfill and bundled it as a WordPress Plugin – the jQuery itself is widely used and … Continue reading“Mm Plugin: HTML5 Placeholder Polyfill”

How to Make a Custom jQuery WordPress Plugin

We love jQuery. A lot. And we use it a lot too. In fact, on pretty much every site we build, we utilize a common set of basic jQuery snippets that do some handy things (opening external links in a new window, adding helpful classes to list elements, labeling links based on there “href” attributes, … Continue reading“How to Make a Custom jQuery WordPress Plugin”