7 Useful WordPress AJAX Tutorials

AJAX provides Web developers with plenty of opportunities to enhance the user experience and improve the performance of their websites. There are countless ways that AJAX can be used, and fortunately there are plenty of good and useful AJAX tutorials out there to help you with your own implementation. Here are collection of useful tutorials to integrate wordpress with AJAX in a wide variety of ways.

5 tips for using AJAX in WordPress

AJAX is used in many WordPress themes and plugins. However, not all of those themes and plugins implement AJAX properly. This article reveals 5 best practices in developing AJAX for WordPress.


Using AJAX In Your WordPress Theme Admin

An email dropped into my inbox asking if I could develop an admin for a WordPress theme. Problem was they asked for integrated AJAX. I then tried to learn as much as possible about using AJAX with WordPress. Now I’m sharing it with you.


Implementing AJAX in WordPress

Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is a web technology that allows a web page to dynamically update content without reloading the page within the browser. The website becomes more interactive and responsive with the use of this technology. Ajax is supported by almost all the visual web browsers… so today, we’ll show you how to setup some custom WordPress Pagination magic using AJAX.


How To Use AJAX In WordPress

In the last few years, AJAX has crept onto websites and slowly become the way to create dynamic, user-friendly, responsive websites. AJAX is the technology that lets you update the contents of a page without actually having to reload the page in the browser. For example, Google Docs utilizes this technology when saving your work every few minutes.


How to Implement Ajax in WordPress Themes

AJAX(Asynchronous JavaScript And XML) as we all knows is a very democratic technology in web development that allows a web page to update the content without page reload or refresh. And WordPress is widely being used not just for Blogs but for CMS’s as well. I have used WordPress many times in my Projects and Built web applications by using WordPress as a CMS. While using WordPress for your websites or web applications you will need to use Ajax in your WordPress themes or plugins etc.


Load Next WordPress Posts With AJAX

Today, we’re going to replace the standard “Older Posts” links on your blog. Our plugin will create a button to instantly load the next page of posts, without reloading the page (Similar to what Twitter used to do at the bottom of profiles)


How To AJAXify WordPress Theme

To AJAXify WordPress theme, he uses jQuery to make any internal link on the site will load into the main content area without requiring a page refresh, including search when the link is clicked. Althought the script works fine, it has 2 disadvantages: the internal links’ href property are changed (hashized) and the back/forward buttons are not supported. So I decided to improve the script to make the AJAX functionality better.