Recently I had the task of moving a .com domain away from NameCheap (a domain registrar) over to a 123-reg account that I was much more familiar with and would be able to help out the client. The process, although not particularly difficult, does involve quite a few steps and therefore I thought I would share how I managed to transfer a .com domain away from NameCheap.
This works when you have a form in a theme options page and the client puts backslashes in the form e.g. google analytics code. Having this fix in there makes the code behave.
Very handy piece of code. Does what it says really…
Instead of having the default mail come from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Goes through how to setup a local install of WordPress with a custom host name rather than having to use localhost.
Some great little techniques for grabbing image attachments and their corresponding information.
Great little summary above HTML table structure and styling them with CSS.
Interesting way of creating a navigation folder structure using css only.
Think I may give this a go as I often log in to some sites that I haven’t been in the admin for a while and find that updates are needed.
This looks really useful and something that I will be looking into.