For years, ever since version 1.0, I’ve been extending ExpressionEngine with plugins, modules and extensions. First privately, then publicly and commercially. I’ve grown quite a business around it and being an ExpressionEngine add-on developer has brought me lots of travel opportunities, fun and even friends. Now, with my add-on ventures set to simmer, it’s time for a change on the menu.
After happily using their service for over 10 years, GetSatisfaction has decided to pull the plug.
Ever had to create a form that contained two dropdowns that were dependent on each other? For example, select a brand first, then a model of that brand. The second
<select> element should then only contain options that are relevant to first selection. There are numerous ways of doing this, but here’s my preferred method.
With EE4 coming soonish, I’ve been working hard to get all my add-ons up to speed with the structural changes that it brings. All my premium add-ons are ready to roll, and Low GoogleSearch even runs on EE4 without any changes whatsoever. Speaking of LGS…