I built this login form to block the front end of most of my freelance wordpress projects during the development stage.
Responsive, cross-browser, jquery megamenu. Smart enough to know when to show megamenu and when not. Seamless wordpress integration. Written in Less.
There are lots of ways to make drop-down menus, and usually my preferred method is all CSS.
However, an all CSS drop down menu relies on the :hover selector, which is not always desirable. It's fine on desktops, but mobile touch devices don't play nice with :hover. You can't really hover with your finger, you either click or you don't. That's where using some jQuery can help out.
Your menu (or any element you choose) will stick at the top of the screen when you scroll down and it "hits" the top. IE7 and up.
The search box from the standard Wordpress theme Twentythirteen.
An adapted version of the Link effect made by Mary Lou, fully managed via Wordpress, just use the "title" for the text on hover.
A solution for better WordPress galleries, inspired by GridPak's responsive grid generator.
An html and css creation of Mackenzie Child's Wordpress Admin Redesign.
The official color palette repository for WordPress (core, .org, and related projects). More information available on the Design Handbook: https://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/foundations/colors
This is a menu built only with css3 and from the menu list generated by Wordpress. The trick was to play with before and after pseudo classes as Wordpress did not allow to wrap
I wanted to show as simple of a Vue.js app as possible, using WordPress post data. I recently did something similar with React, which is in a separate Pen.
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