If you ever change your website URL/Domain, you will want to 301 your old address so that links remain intact that people may have bookmarked/saved, and to transfer the power [...]Carry on reading →
I’ve created this simple bit of PHP to specify a directory, and then list the files grouped by folder on screen.
You can set certain files to be created as links, [...]Carry on reading →
Justified text is a very popular type of text formatting, most commonly seen in text based books/novels.
It’s a very easy technique to mimic online and in word processing, however the [...]
The web has a wonderful ability to be dynamic, this is the way it should be.
We don’t need to rely on the user to manually update/refresh to see the latest [...]
Example: Counting down to 1st January 2015.
This code byte provides a very simple way of producing a countdown timer to a particular date. It [...]Carry on reading →
Here’s the top apps I believe web developers/designers should try at least once, for me, they’re used everyday.
Wunderlist is my “To Do” app of choice, allowing me to keep track [...]Carry on reading →
This Code Byte provides a really nice way to fade in an object/image/text just as it’s brought into the view of the user. It makes for an elegant and simple [...]Carry on reading →
Here’s a look at what I carry on mostly a daily basis in my bag to work.
From top left, going in a clockwise:
Firstly, the bag is a “Brenthaven 15″ Collins [...]Carry on reading →
cURL can be used to grab data, information, or even a whole webpage from a designated URL.
This can be very useful for grabbing information between sites, exporting data and manually [...]Carry on reading →
This Code Byte provides a very simple & cheeky/lazy way of creating filters to query certain post types / fields and sort them.
Within WordPress admin you can of course filter [...]Carry on reading →