Really good idea for personal blogs and sites.
Some useful stuff here.
This will come in handy soon as I have some responsive sites to work on. Awesome tutorials to master responsive web design | CatsWhoCode.com.
An excellent generator of CSS code for creating border radius on elements.
An excellent introduction to CSS Pseudo Elements. I didn’t know you could do some much with these until I watched this video.
Really enjoyed reading this post about setting up a proper development environment when working on WordPress websites. I have been looking into version control and seem to understand the basics now. The next step is to implement some of the methods in this article.
By visiting this site you will be given a lot of information about your system.
A few months ago one of our biggest clients came along with a request to integrate the BroadBean Job posting solution into their website. Of course I had built the recruitment website using WordPress in order to for them to post jobs to their site and enable them to recruit people to specific jobs etc. As part of the build it was important that as well as being able to post jobs to the site using the normal WordPress way (writing posts etc) they wanted to be able to use external sources to post to their site too, in this case Broadbean. Here is how I went about this.
These can be very useful to include in your themes and websites as an alternative to having lots of little images all over the place to do the same job.
Looks really powerful if you have a blog or site running WordPress that you want to restrict certain areas in.