you could just put all your scripts on your index file. After the content loads just call the function.
For instance, if you’r eusing Cufon, once the user loads the page, after you put the new HTML in the container, just call Cufon again
Basic Dom manipulation like changing a containers HTML upon loading and that sort of stuff. Showing an hiding loading gifs etc.
Please use Ajax, not post
Google basic jquery Ajax. It’s pretty easy if you already know some jquery. I can’t remember exactly what tutorial I started with, but within a day you’ve already got it.
Also lynda.com for extensive video tuts. My favourite
No worries bud
Goosebumps. Would be awesome this in those flop style sort of clocks, to put on your desk.
Pixelous saidDont delete the endwhile or else your loop will have a PHP error.
You need to delete this lines:<?php endwhile; else: ?> <?php _e(‘Sorry, no posts matched your criteria’, ‘framework’) ?>
Just delete this line:
<?php _e(‘Sorry, no posts matched your criteria’, ‘framework’) ?> .
try finding it on your home.php file or index.php file.
It seems like that area is supposed to display posts or a single post.
I say go with the second.
In a branding point of view, it’s more like your logo, but aesthetically, I say the first.
And I like the green color better.
by the way, Novocento FTW (one of my favourite fonts!)