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Yes, call it with “domain text: autogrids“, but the complete name for it is “YUI AutoGrids WordPress Theme”, another WordPress theme that I build based upon Hybrid Core Theme by Justin Tadlock This WordPress.com theme that utilizes the elegant, comprehensive and tidy YUI library is now being presented with more modifications on both sides of […]
I have found there are four ways so far. The first one is by calling it via google.com cdn library simply by using “google.load(“yui”, “2.7.0”); just after the <body> tag in my blog theme header. This looks very simple and the easiest one, but I must admit, I have not yet used this even once. […]
The description of this theme says it all: This theme file has the automatic arrangement of color function in specifying the layout customizing function and the reference color by Yahoo User Interface. The color can specify the tradition color and the American tradition color of Japan by the name. An automatic arrangement of color and […]
This WordPress theme framework is a custom implementation of our Page class. Tailor made to simplify the process of creating a WordPress theme, while giving you total flexibility and control afterwards. This class will completely separate your page’s content from it’s layout, freeing you from establishing an ugly foundation of inflexible divs. This framework is […]
Kicking off my “Make it with YUI” series, I decided to begin with something classic. Building a “ticker” or a tickertape like element for your site is not too difficult to do without YUI, but if you already have it on your site, or are considering using it for adding more interactivity, you might like […]
YUI3 Example: StumbleUpon List. I have used this in my Word Press blogs and it works very well. Using YUI3 YQL Query Utility to display a StumbleUpon user’s recent favorites. View a demo here.