Currently a math student, Jérémy is a passionate guy who is interested in many fields, particularly in the high tech world for which he covers the news everyday on some blogs, and web development which takes much of his free time. He loves learning new things and sharing his knowledge with others.
Jérémy Heleine covers what WordPress pages are, how to manage pages, and provides an overview of some of the functions in the WordPress Pages API.
In this article, Jérémy Heleine provides an introduction to permalinks, so that you’ll be able to choose the best type for your WordPress site.
Jérémy Heleine covers various other functions that are available in the Categories API.
In this quick tip, Jérémy Heleine covers how you can translate a WordPress plugin description to make it more user friendly in any language.
Using shortcodes in widgets is not possible by default. In this quick tip, Jérémy Heleine will show you how to enable this functionality on your site.
Jérémy Heleine will cover what the responsive view in the Theme Customiser is, why it's useful and, finally, how to use it as a developer.
Jérémy Heleine explains the new Custom Logo feature introduced in WordPress 4.5, and demonstrates how developers can use the Custom Logo API.
Pagination seems too cumbersome for some and infinite scrolling is where many are headed. Here are 6 jQuery infinite scrolling demos to get you started.
Jérémy Heleine walks through setting up a Raspberry Pi as a remote Git server that can share repositories with other computers.
Jérémy reviews media controls in the new Theme Customizer and a class that extends WP_Customize_Media_Control to allow the control of cropped images.
Jérémy Heleine covers why WordPress tags are useful, how to add, edit and delete tags as well as how to use the default WordPress widget to display tags.
Jeremy provides a step-by-step tutorial on how an Atom package is structured, how you can create your own, and how you can publish it to the world.
Jérémy Heleine introduces the Raspberry Pi, a tiny computer that can be used for all sorts of projects and for learning about computers and programming.
Jérémy Heleine explores how developers can easily handle WordPress plugin updates the right way.
Jérémy Heleine introduces Polylang, a free plugin that you can use to turn your WordPress website into a fully featured multi-language platform.
Jérémy Heleine explains why you should adopt a responsible approach with Modernizr and what are the benefits. He also shows how to put this into practice.
Restoring a WordPress database that is big can be difficult. In this article, Jérémy Heleine discusses restoring large databases with a useful tool BigDump.
Jérémy Heleine delves into site icons and an overview of the new WordPress Site Icon API which essentially comprises of four functions and two filters.
Jérémy Heleine walks us though the final part of his 3 part tutorial covering building a WordPress carousel plugin.
In part 2 of Building a WordPress Carousel Plugin, Jérémy covers how to properly link a CSS file to a web page within WordPress and style our elements.
Having previously covering the basics, in this article Jérémy looks at the WordPress Categories API and how we use it to retrieve and display category data.
In part 1 of a 3 part tutorial, Jérémy Heleine walks us through the creation of a WordPress carousel plugin using the WordPress Links Manager API.
In this article, we'll explain how WordPress categories work. We also show you how you can easily add, edit and delete categories in the WordPress admin.
The final article in a series on the WordPress Links Manager, Jérémy Heleine demonstrates the functions contained in the WordPress Links Manager API.
In this article, Jérémy Heleine covers the WordPress Links Manager, taking a closer look into the main function of the WordPress Links Manager API.
We explore the benefits of the WordPress Links Manager, which allows you to easily modify, remove or add links rather than hardcoding them in your HTML.
Jérémy Heleine demonstrates how to use Firefox's developer tools to assist with responsive design and debugging sites on mobile devices.
Jérémy Heleine introduces the jQuery plugin Blast.js, and how it can be used to animate individual characters, words, and sentences in blocks of text.
This tutorial walks you through the steps for creating an awesome WordPress.org page for your plugin, essential to help users discover your work.