Ever had parallel boxes on a website you’re developing, and wanted them to have the same height, but still wanting them to have dynamic height, i.e. not having to lock them to a certain height in the CSS? I certainly have, and it’s usually difficult. But jQuery provides a simple sollution!
I often use jQuery in the Themes and, without exception, in all the Plugins I write. You can easilly add jQuery to any HTML-document by simply linking to Googles jQuery-script, but this is not always without problems, especially if your sites employs several libraries.
WordPress automatically adds inline width and height when you insert images into your Pages or Posts. This can cause layout problems, especially in IE, if you use CSS to change the dimensions of your images. Continue reading