Update: For those interested, I recommend implementing soft scrolling not with WP-Nicescroll and jQuery as described here, but with the following snippet. The linked method is much more efficient and resource-saving than WP-Nicescroll. Inhaltsverzeichnis jQuery Nicescroll ScriptSimple but effectiveUse needs to be consideredLinks jQuery Nicescroll Script This morning I was looking for the jQuery Nicescroll Script, which [...]
Small things often make big trouble Today there was finally the new WordPress update and in the course of it, I thought to myself, that I would adapt one or the other thing at the theme. Only small details actually, but as we all know, they often last the longest. This is about the Next- and Previous-Post-Links, which WordPress already [...]
Inhaltsverzeichnis I treat myself nothing elseWhat is actually WDF?WDF Plugin for WordPressUse and performanceHow high should the WDF be?Conclusion to the WordPress WDF PluginLinks I treat myself nothing else Christmas is getting closer and somehow I'm already becoming a consumer victim. Buy, buy, buy, is my current motto, because at the moment I treat myself [...]
Bloggers, webmasters, or whatever, will eventually reach their limits. This happens inevitably, because as soon as a website really makes money, it has to be taken care of intensively. The technology must be right to ensure security and that no visitor has a negative experience. The design must be developed further, because standstill does not necessarily contribute to success. So there is a lot to do and sooner or later the time comes when external developers have to be engaged. A lesson should always be learned first: If you can't do something, let a professional do it. That makes sense, but especially beginners usually prefer to try to help themselves with tutorials. A mistake that brings insight later.