Update 28th Sept 2009: All of the info in this post (except the basics of using jQuery) will be obsolete with Thesis 1.6. Nav classes will be different and dropdowns will be built in. There has been quite a lot of requests lately for tutorials regarding Thesis nav menus. So, here’s some info for y’all! […]
Firebug is one of the reasons that I changed to Firefox (from Camino, a faster, less memory intensive browser). It is so handy for checking under the hood of websites and anyone who does anything with CSS should know how to use it!
I’ve noticed that customising the your blog’s header is one of the best and simplest ways to make your blog unique. I’ve also noticed that folks not too familiar with CSS are are not too sure about the best way to go about it. They find tutorials that sound like what they need, but there […]
After finishing my honours thesis at uni last year I knew I needed a break from science… I wasn’t quite sure what I was going to do this year, but then I started getting emails asking if I was available for hire to customise websites. I even got an email from someone at uni asking […]
NB This method no longer works well with newer Twitter APIs. I don’t recommend using it anymore. The simplest replacement is using Twitter’s own widget generator. I’ve seen people use some rather hefty plugins on their blogs to display their recent Twitter action and a couple of people have asked me how I display my […]
Recent GNU GPL issues During WordCamp Australia, as I mentioned in my post, one of my questions instigated a discussion about the GNU GPL and how themes relate to the WordPress license. In the last couple of weeks since WordCamp there has been a bit of chatter on Twitter about it. Jeff Waugh agreed to […]