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.
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 […]
WAMP is some great software, and lets us all do our development on our own PC’s. The only downside is that as it comes configured standard, it only works with the http://localhost/ domain, which is good, but doesn’t let you keep up with multiple sites at the same time.
I haven’t set this up yet, but I’m due for a new PC very soon, so I know that I’ll be needing to do this sooner rather than later, so I wanted to share some of the resources that I’ve found on how to get it working.
I recently had to sort out a database for a client. It was a mess…. The database was for people to contact, sort of like a telemarketing system (their choice, not mine…). The problem that they were having was that the database contained a lot of entries that had people with different names at the […]
It seems to be that there’s a whole lot of people that are getting this error message when they are trying to install or move their WordPress site. Even though this problem is common and there’s a very simple solution, people seem to always have more trouble with it then it’s worth.
I’ve been one of the latest to run into a well-known problem with WordPress – the server-enforced limit of menu items.
We all know the iPad by now. We also know that it can have it’s own HTML rendering “quirks”, but then again which browser doesn’t?