Set up a testimonials category — no need for a plugin. There are a couple of plugins designed specifically for testimonials, but I didn’t want to use them; they use their own databases, and don’t keep with WordPress’ simplicity. If possible, the best way to work with WordPress is to use it’s built-in functionality. I […]
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After talking with my mom (@adiehl on Twitter) about Twitter, the “microblogging” website that asks you to explain “What are you doing?” in 140 characters, it prompted me to write yet another How to Twitter posts, but a less technical and more practical how to get started guide. Twitter is not blogging. It’s not RSS. […]
Now Safari’s just as cool as Firefox If you’re a web developer on the Mac, you may be sick of everyone talking about Firefox Addons that do everything but wipe your ass. True, Firefox is a great browser that is very expandable, but I love Safari, and I want to do as much web development […]
Search Engine Optimization is not voodoo; it directly translates into how well your website performs. The Ignite Matchmaking website was not performing well last September for their main keywords. Katz Web Design redesigned their site, optimized the site for their keywords, and now, look at their ranking: Denver professional matchmaker: 1 Denver match makers: 2 (up […]
Multiple Matte Colors for CSS Sprites
Here’s the problem: I want to use CSS Sprites for transparent images, and they require different matte colors. The promise of CSS Sprites is great: you can combine many small images into one bigger image, and use CSS to reveal only the revelant parts. But what if you have a background image, and the background […]
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