Short and simple guide to creating a custom post type for a WordPress theme or plugin. There are a few guides out there that will take you through the in’s and out’s of
register_post_type() such as smashingmagazine.com so I will keep this short and sweet. Continue reading “Custom Post Type – WordPress”
First up I must apologise for my lack of blog activity over the past month or so but I have been very busy at work and then holidays over the new year and more recently working on a website, enough excuses, here is one for you web-designers out there.
For the past few months I have been building a website for my local flying club and after about three complete overhauls until I was happy with the layout I have come up with this. The cool part about it is the navigation which works in all browsers consistently and is very clean and easy to implement. Normally it would take me ages and cost me a lot of my sanity to write something like that (I am very impatient with coding). Continue reading “The Best Pure CSS Navigation Menu”
A week or so a go I wrote about a free web hosting service offered by Xtreemhost, while this service is still great it did have some limitations, most notably the 4mb file size limit and the decreased performance as compared to a paid account. If you are after hosting for a small website I would not go past Xtreemhost but if you are after something a little more robust I seriously suggest you check out HostingCS. Continue reading “World Class Web Hosting – $2 a month”
Xtreemhost offers FREE webhosting plans that are completely ad-free and support PHP and mySQL databases. There are a few limitations however they are pretty generous. For example there is a 4mb file size limit, 5.5gb of web space and 200gb of bandwidth per month. View the plans here for the complete run down. Continue reading “100% Free Web Hosting – No Bull”
Here is a tidy little CSS trick that you may have seen around the internet. It takes little effort, works in all browsers and can add real class to your forms on your website. This article assumes a little bit of working knowledge with CSS and HTML.
Lets begin with a screenshot of the final result.
Continue reading “CSS: Add Images To Form Fields The Right Way”