When it comes to advertising on websites, we are our own worst enemies. More and more users are turning to browser extensions like AdBlock to hide banner ads because developers and website owners are placing more ads on their pages than content. The industry did this to itself, and I have no pity for it. That being… Read more »
WordPress shortcodes allow developers to let authors customize certain aspects of their posts in a controlled way. Since the TinyMCE editor does tend to yield inconsistent results for raw HTML (even when entered in the Text tab), shortcodes are a great way to be sure that code will output as intended when used in the… Read more »
Nebula is a springboard WordPress theme framework for developers. It has tons of custom functionality built-in (like shortcodes, styles, and JS/PHP functions), but unlike other themes the WP Nebula is not meant for the end-user.
Wordpress developers will find all source code not obfuscated, so everything may be customized and altered to fit the needs of… Read more »
Since the release of the new Google Maps API, there are some really powerful ways to create links from your site. These links could be a simple location, or they could be directions or even local searches. Here are some ideas of how to link to the New Google Maps.
There are multiple ways to link… Read more »
There are many plugins out there that allow you to easily add social media sharing links to you website, but most of them add more code bloat than they are worth. You can add social media sharing to your pages without any bloat at all by either using hard-coded href urls or tying in some… Read more »
I have been working with responsive HTML emails for a good amount of time, and have developed my own method of programming them. My process allows for very fast turnarounds and support for most email clients ranging from Outlook 2000 and Thunderbird to iPad and Gmail.
The biggest problem with responsive emails is we're trying to… Read more »