There’s been a whole lot of controversy recently surrounding the introduction of advertising from both Jetpack and WooCommerce. The main issue with both of these is that they are using either WordPress to advertise paid services outside of the plugins own areas in admin. With Jetpack, they are forcefully manipulating plugin search results in order […]
We have recently had a client come to us and want us to migrate their site from a WordPress.com hosted site to a self-hosted WordPress.org bog with new pages, new functionality and a new style. Normally that’s not too bad, but they were rushed, so we had to do a lot of work before we […]
Recently I needed to set up a site with columns that were responsive (3 columns in desktop, 2 columns in tablet and one column in mobile), and the desire was to have all of the columns display like a table, so that the background colours would all sit in line without any big gaps. Thanks […]
I have had this problem a few times, and I always forget the reason for it, even though it’s relatively simple.
Today I had a strange one. I’ve been adding editor styles to my sites using add_editor_style() now for a while, so that editors can see what the posts will look like when they post them. Today when I added in the same code as I always do, the stylesheets just wouldn’t work.
It’s becoming commonplace that people go to one of the many commercial WordPress theme marketplaces, search through the list for a theme that suits what their business does, purchase that, and use it on their site. In theory, this is great. It lets you get a head-start in functionality as everything you need is “all […]
We’ve got problems with old fonts here. The designers want to use them on websites, but thanks to the way that Macs handle older Postscript Type 1 fonts, they are always seen as 0kb files to my PC. That means that they can’t be saved or converted into web fonts.
This was a cry for help that I got from a client a short while ago when they wanted to change their galleries to link from the image files to the attachment pages so they could get more content on the site, and offer a bit more functionality than displaying only a standard image could. […]
On a new project I hit a restriction trying to use some nice font-face web fonts. The client has around 10 different domain names, and all of them point back to one central site. When you visit the main URL, everything is great. When you visit any one of the other URL’s… the fonts don’t […]