WordPress plugin to replicate Pluralsight’s search

The development team are being reskilled (NOT retrained) to use technologies for mobile apps like AngularJS and MVC5 and as we’re MSDN members, we get Pluralsight free 🙂

So we all get our subscriptions through and the first thing I notice is the search.


That’s nice, so my mind is already writing the code in my head, but I’m a lazy shit so can I rip it? Nope, it’s in ReactJS.


Ok, let’s break down each step and write it in jQuery. For WordPress. As a plugin. Piece of piss.

Ta dah!

Ta dah! If I could get my own domain URL right. Duh.

This is provided as is. It’s very basic, no responsiveness, no options and written and tested in Chrome. Sure it can be improved greatly, but this was just me messing around more than creating a finished project.

Download it here, add it to your site and activate.

After a little bit of tidying, I’ve added it to GitHub along with other shite I’ve done.

If you want to reconfigure it, you’ll have to edit the files and colours and stuff.

Try the search box on the left hand side on this blog and you’ll see it in action.

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