Pinterest is probably the hottest online sharing and organizing social network today, and if your website’s community has jumped on the pinning bandwagon, make sure it’s easy for them to share and save your stuff with the “Pin It” button. Here’s how you can add it to your WordPress site (including Genesis Framework-powered sites).
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Not everyone is busy daily with CSS, which makes it understandable you don’t know CSS layout structure and code by memory. It’s good to have some good sources providing ready basic code to get started on a new website. The pro of using these layout is that they are already tested and bug free.
Time to revise those WordPress plug-ins. WordPress is still the most common used publishing system by experts an amateurs alike. Which means also the most targeted by hackers, spam, bots, etc. I compiled a list of new and older, still popular and useful plug-ins for you to try out. Some plug-ings have been around since [...]
Smartphones and tablets have over taken the market. With high speed internet available, fast processors and sharp screens, everyone is using their portable device to browse the web. While about seven years ago we’d be discussing for which monitor resolution to design, now we have to design for everything, no ifs or buts. From personal [...]
Planning for developing a PHP web application nowadays also includes choosing the right framework. PHP frameworks have become increasingly popular and rightfully so. They can save huge amount of time with coding. Some of them are easy to learn and use, even if you don’t master OOP programming. Using a framework also takes care of [...]
Since the introduction of the ‘Like’ button the use of Facebook pages by companies, brands, etc. has increased immensely. Facebook has a limit on amount of friends one can have and if you surpase that amount you need to to switch your account to a page. With pages you can add your personal design inside [...]
Now a days browser vendors are competing with each other on who has the most and fastest version update. With CSS now a standard technique, the competition is also on on who supports the most selectors and uses the best syntax. Have you seen the gradient syntax? Safari 4 really made an art of it, [...]
WordPress 3.1 now adds the familiar Admin Bar to your website/weblog. A feature made popular by Tumblr first. WordPress added the Admin Bar a while ago to their web based weblogs and now to self hosted weblogs. While a handy feature, not everyone is crazy about it. Myself for one, sometimes I can get really [...]
Let me start by saying that HTML5 and CSS3 are two different things. Secondly HTML5 is still just HTML and CSS3 is still just CSS. I’ve been noticing that people are confusing these two specifications with each other and making it more complicated then it is. HTML5 is a set of new specifications added to [...]
A good way to get visitors input is using a poll or survey form. There are various web applications that you can use for free or on a trial version. But if you use WordPress for your website and want total control over your theme and data, a WordPress plug-in is the way to go. [...]