I don’t know about you, but quite often, once we’ve finished a project and handed it off to the client with cheat-sheets and video tutorials in hand, we’re then moving on to the next project. Often this means that, unless that last client gets in touch again to ask about something, we generally leave them […]

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As I am wont to do, this post is more a reminder for myself more than anything, since this is something that has tripped me up a couple of times in the past few months. Now, if I only read my own blog regularly, this post might actually prove useful. The problem that has tripped me up […]

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NextGEN Gallery, with it’s 4 trillion downloads and eleven-star rating is far and away the most popular gallery plugin for WordPress. It’s easy to use, simple to manage, and can ride a bike one-handed for almost a whole mile. But one thing that’s slightly annoying about NextGEN is it’s default lightbox Shutter Reloaded. Don’t get […]

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This is an update to the previous entry, ‘Making sure your footer always sticks to the bottom of the page’ – refer to that post for greater detail and explanations of what exactly goes on here. So, as I mentioned previously, this function comes in really handy when you want to stick a footer to […]

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I thought I’d show off a super-duper little function that I now slip into practically every site I build without really thinking about it. A bunch of our more recent sites feature footers that truly book-end the site; that scream: “This is the end! You can tell, because there are shards of broken wood or torn fabric that […]

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