One of WordPress greatest feature since version 2.5 is shortcodes. All themes comes with a function.php file. You just have to put the shortcodes in your themes function.php and you can start using them. Shortcodes are handy for features you want to use in your posts but not in all of them. Plug-ins usually are [...]
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How to write clean, well-written code and possibly prevent a revolution.
Want to be a better web designer this year? Five things to add to your New Year’s Resolutions list.
When WordPress 2.5 was introduced in Spring 2008, one of the biggest innovations and additions was the WordPress Shortcode API. In this post we look at some shortcodes you can implement and use to enhance WordPress themes.
With multiple slicing services available just about every where you look, it is hard to select a clear leader. Each service offers its own benefits and has its own pricing scheme – some more expensive than others. Today we look at XHTML Slicer, a service I recently used for client work. Wait, why would I [...]
We’ve all seen it. Any time you visit Sitepoint, you’ve probably been hit with the ad for their Ruby on Rails book, titled “Build Your Own Ruby on Rails Web Applications”, by Patrick Lenz. Dubbed as “The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Ruby On Rails”, I figured the book was pretty good. This review takes a look at just that.
Company Name: Senior Internet Location: Nottingham, UK Job Title: Development Job Description: .net Programmer Job ref: SI-.net You will be working on a range of medium-sized applications (3-12 month lifecycle) based primarily in the areas of HR, CRM, eCommerce and business process improvement. An enthusiastic and team player with experience within a development role you [...]
We successfully upgraded to WordPress 2.0.5, which was just released a short time ago. We haven’t found anything wrong since the upgrade, but if you encounter some kind of odd error let us know. In other news, the podcast page is finally up! As of right now the page is a bit empty. We’ll be [...]
Sites of The Week: Sites that caught my attention is css galleries over the past week. A cool blue theme and a simple, clean design lead to a great looking store front. All they need is some more tees to fill this new design up with! The new Mozilla / Get Firefox homepage sporting a [...]
A day late and a buck short, mostly because we spent yesterday tweaking out the extras page and working on some other site related issues. Sorry for the minor delay. Sites of the Week Sites that caught my eye in css galleries over the past week, now with brief overviews of why I like them. [...]
There are plenty of new designers who are still living in a cave on the latest in the web coding craze, known as valid code, which is the use of Xhtml & CSS. These new designers spend countless hours “in the dark” so to speak, and use prehistoric techniques such as tables to put together [...]
Turn that ugly psd and auto-generated Imageready code into valid and clean xhtml, with half the images.