AJAX Page Loader will load posts, pages, etc. without reloading entire page.
UI is unbelievably ugly and even though I didn't put too much effort into configuring it doesn't seem to be pusing history states etc properly..
Good to use makes my life a bit easier.
Get AJAX loading on your website up and running in no time and just a little bit of coding.
This is a great plugin. It's descriptive and addresses some of the major issues caused by AJAX for those unaware. Most times with ajax the url doesn't change and the fact that it automatically changes the url is KEY to its success as a WordPress plugin. They do a good job of letting you know what to do to resolve issues.
I started a music blog and needed an effective solution to allow the audio player to play uninterrupted across pages. This did it. I found it much easier and custom to implement than Jetpack's infinite scroll.
It does take a little bit of stumbling around to utilize it effectively in a custom theme, but once I got it rolling it saved me a lot of time.
It would be nice to have a cleaner field to add the reload scripts, as well as style the page loading info, but I haven't purchased it yet so I shouldn't expect a damn thing. I also think the code comments albeit funny maybe a little unprofessional. I think it also heavily clutters up the header portion of my site.
It's works fine with my wp theme.
I really like this plugin.. but why is jScrollpane (http://jscrollpane.kelvinluck.com/) not working?
I'd like a lot the way this plugin works, however I've found a bit hacky, it certainly does a great work and It's a very simple way for people who doesn't understand a lot of jQuery, and once you grasp the idea, it's pretty easy to change a bit the way the AJAX loads, in example instead of overwriting my current page with any of the templates, I just turn a bit translucent the content, and only if the target page loads properly, scroll to the new content.
Just like you've watched on David Walsh' blog!
I've even been able to load a player from another site in one of the blogs I'm working on, but all of this has started studying the code of this plugin. I love the comments, they are very funny and are very illustrative of what the heck is going on... :-)
I'm looking forward to make some other improvements to the code in my sites, and once I get more confidence with AJAX, I'd love to share these on the forums.
Used this plugin in its early days and worked fine with some noticable bugs.
Now using this latest version with a customised Twenty Twelve theme and it works perfectly with no issues whatsoever.
Great job guys, will donate when payday comes!
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