Recently, I’m on the verge of learning basic web designing. It all started with the idea of making a landing page for myself from scratch, without using sites like About.me. I ended up discovering sites which can be very handy for beginners who’re trying to code. 1. Codecademy This is one of the best things I’ve […]
WordPress has a great feature called ‘filter’ with which we can add our own classes to nav menu items. Most times you need to add classes in nav menu items on some conditions. For example, in menu you have ‘sample ‘ category item. You have to add class to this item if your single post […]
When I write post and highlight HTML/CSS or PHP or any other languages, I have to replace tags ‘<' with '<' . It consumes a lot of time to convert. An easy way to implement source code or programming language is to implement a WordPress plugin. WordPress plugin Syntax Highlighter Compress has support for many…
As we all know Mozilla, Chrome or most of the browsers started supporting CSS3 standards, but how those CSS properties can be used in Internet Explorer. A smart way is to use pie.htc or ie-css3.htc file that supports some new styles available in CSS3 standards…
When it comes to Internet Explorer most times we use the css property position:fixed. This works fine most times but does not work in IE6. I have often faced this issues as a developer and finally I figured a way out based on some of my past experience with web-designing.
This article was originally created (in parts) for rtCampers to guide our trainees and follow the best CSS and design practices. It is by no means complete but hopefully it will evolve over time as we get more mature with WordPress, CSS and web-design in-general. The goal of this article is to create a master […]