How do you create a sidebar using just jQuery in Wordpress? What if the structure of the sidebar contains sub menus? Here’s some code I created to help achieve this task.
How can you get the Colorbox element to behave with YouTube embeds. In this article I explore how I fixed a display of the Colorbox modal to display a YouTube video.
How do you add icons to widget sections in Wordpress websites? This was how I was able to get it done with this simple jQuery code.
Every Wordpress user will be tempted at least once to move their hosting to static sites. Is it worth the hassle? Are there any benefits? What do I lose when I move over? In this post I briefly explore the popular contenders.
If you want to construct a big juicy equation in your Microsoft Word 2011 for Mac document, but discover you cannot click on the equation editor icon, here’s the simple remedy.
If you would like to import your Powerpoint slides into the famous Explain Everything iPad app for screen-casting you should look at these alternative ways if you’ve found (as I have) that there isn’t a seamless transition from your Powerpoint presentation to the way it’s displayed within Explain Everything.
If you need to diagnose an MX record setup due to your new domain not receiving any emails then you might want to use this nifty little tool. Also, while you’re at it don’t forget to check you’ve correctly entered the right details into your DNS provider’s settings!
While Cloudflare offers amazing DNS functionality and speed for the delivery of those visiting your website, sometimes it can get in the way when traffic needs to be passed through without any interruption. Here’s a particular case where I needed to bypass CloudFlare’s servers.
How do you create a simple jQuery background image slider? As these elements within web pages, especially on the index page, are becoming popular this is something we can do with relative ease.
Is there a way where I can write math looking functions without the need of bringing in MathJAX or other heavy LaTeX renderers? Especially if the need is quite simple, such as writing a simple algebraic fraction. Thankfully there is!
How do you open a file from your terminal into your Coda editor? Here’s a quick script you can use to do such a task.