Loading, please wait...

Hello world!

- WordPress and YUI CAN Talk to Each Other

After sometime, I have found out that actually Yahoo User Interface (YUI) Library does talk to WordPress.com but it is commonly not utilized by its users.

I have not yet got anything useful for my websites, but it has become my passion, exploring more possibilities of YUI talking to WP.com.

I have been developing various WordPress themes and plugins in order that bloggers can use my themes in their blogs.

The driving aspect of my work is the elegant display of the YUI CSS Styles: both YUI CSS Grids, YUI Container, YUI Tabview and YUI Accordion. Besides, YUI Javascripts library also very good to use, as everything is well-structured. I just need to know how to call each file/ library from WordPress plugins or themes.

Finally, I have come up with at least 6 varieties of WP Themes, two WP Plugins.

On November 11, 2016, We Managed to Complete WPYUI Hybrid Theme

WPYUI Singular Page

WPYUI Singular Page

WPYUI represents WordPress.com and YUI, as we know is short for Yahoo! User Interface Library, plus Hybrid Theme is the rock-solid, and I would say most comprehensive, and user-friendly WordPreses theme developed by Justin Tadlock.

After working for years, from knowing nothing about .php, .html and wordpress.com, I am now able to see how it works, and I can work around it, in order to display my wordpress blogs in an elegant and multiple display formats.

I hope Justin Tadlock will see this and will give comment or suggestion on what I am doing.

The theme is almost 3MB, and it calls YUI and hybrid theme locally, insude the theme folder. I have developed other child themes that call YUI externally, but only this year, I can now see how to call YUI locally.

I have other child themes, that I call Hybrid-Child that I developed from Hybrid News Child Theme developed by Justin here. It also calls YUI locally, but I use JQuery for the tabs. Whereas this theme uses YUI Tabview for the tabs.

I also learned a lot from YUI Bubbling Library developed by Caridy for the Yahoo Effects on mouse over etc.

Well, for me, this development is encouraging. I am now thinking of offering this theme to the public.