Do your WordPress themes support 3.0’s latest Menus features? If not, here’s how to do it quickly and painlessly.
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The use of HTML5 in combination with CSS3 is really starting to take off. Safari, Chrome and Mozilla are pushing more support with each new release making it possible to code really great websites. The best way to learn new techniques is by example, trial and error. Currently you can already start using HTML5 just [...]
There are many WordPress Admin Plug-ins out there, but with each upgrade WordPress is improved thus rendering plug-ins unusable or the developer stops upgrading the plug-in. It’s a chore to go through the plug-ins to see what is still usable and compatible. The following list contains plug-ins that are still very handy to handle your [...]
Combining Conditional Tags with WordPress filters to maximize your custom code when working with WordPress Child Themes.
Website breadcrumbs help us find our way. Here’s how to implement and style them in 5 minutes.
For those of you wanting to experiment with CSS3 but find it difficult or tedious to keep up which code to use so all proper browsers actually display the code there is a solution.
There are countless of jQuery image galleries out there, we gathered the best ones for you.
How to write clean, well-written code and possibly prevent a revolution.
Want built-in Facebook “Like” buttons on your custom WordPress theme? Here’s how to do it in under five minutes.
CSS3 Is together with Canvas one of the more exciting elements of web design. With this post we want to showcase some awesome techniques to improve your design with the help of CSS3.
Make your single post view more interesting to read for your visitors by displaying more posts from the chosen category.