How to Create Native Admin Tables in WordPress
WordPress list tables are a very common element of the WordPress admin interface. They are used by nearly all default admin list pages, and also often implemented by developers while writing plugins. However, creating one of those tables is not really an intuitive thing to do when you haven't done it before, and I've seen cases where people where trying to replicate one, with techniques such as using the WordPress CSS classes on personal markup, or even replicating the CSS from scratch.
In this article, we'll see how WordPress provides native functionality that can be used to generate some native admin tables. We'll have a look at a typical WordPress table and its different components, showing how it is possible to implement them the right way.
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It's now quite common to swap the old url format containing file extensions and non explicit query strings by SEO friendly ones, only made of keywords and slashes, hence their name.
There are several techniques to do so, and I certainly do not have the pretention to say that this one is the best of all, but it is the one I use in personal projects as it works nicely, and it is robust and dynamic.
It makes use of an .htaccess file to rewrite the urls, of a php function to parse the given parameters, and a content manager to serve the appropriate content according to them.
Before we start I'd like to make a personal thanks to Josh Moont for his precious help.
The FancyBox is one of the plugin that I like the most. It's so easy to use and renders really nicely, especially with images. It's a Mac like zooming tool that you can customize quite well and really looks amazing. Source and © Janis SkarnelisRead more