This may seem like an oddly specific subject, but it’s come up often enough (and I’ve scratched my head over a solution enough times) for it to warrant it’s own post: how can you view a development version of your WordPress site installed on localhost over a network with your tablet or smartphone without losing […]

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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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Believe it or not, this was never supposed to be a blog about tweaking WordPress – I’m actually a Flash developer. But clearly this is the kind of thing you ravenous wolves are after, and I’m nothing if not a slave to my analytics data. I’ve been asked a handful of times in the past […]

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Well that’s quite the most boring post title I think I’ve ever come up with. But if you’re here already, it means that you have at least some passing interest in either a) adding a ‘primary category’ to your posts, or 2) getting WordPress to autosave your post meta data properly. If this fascinating and […]

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I do so adore WordPress; with its endless flexibility, ease of use and shiny, greyish good looks, it fulfills all of my requirements as both a designer and developer, and fulfills my clients’ requirements as a straightforward, simple content management system. However, I did make some sloppy decisions with no forethought for the consequences in […]

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