In certain scenarios you may wish to exclude everything and only include files that you specify. Git does allow this however it’s a bit tricky and the terminology of the gitignore file doesn’t help matters. » Read more…
WordPress for some ridiculous reason does not make it easy to implement a nav separator between each of your custom menu nav items. After searching around there were couple of good suggestions that I came across, some CSS based and others that hook in to the wp_nav_menu call.
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I recently installed the Geolocation WordPress Plugin on one of my private blogs to allow me to Geotag my posts with a location from wherever I might have been at the time of posting. The main feature that really stood out for me was the ability to Geotag posts using the WordPress iOS app, when writing a post from my iPhone I could Geo tag that post accurately using my phones built in GPS capabilities.
Want to hide certain Dreamweaver CS4 / CS5 file view columns? For example the columns ‘local files’, ‘size’, ‘type’, ‘modified’ and ‘checked out by’? I couldn’t find anything on the net about this so thought I’d stick a blog post up.
The ability to do this is hidden away, not in the preferences and may not be immediately obvious.
I recently had an idea while using the BBC News iOS app. On my original iPhone 3g (Now quite old I must admit) in my experiences it ran pretty horribly, was slow to load and seemed to choke up when scrolling through the different news categories.
I use the BBC’s mobile website as well and thought there was a need for something in the middle, between the old school mobile version of the BBC News website and the modern iOS app. It would need be graphically pleasing, fast, platform independent and suitable for touch screen devices but can still be accessed via a web browser, not by using a proprietary ‘app’.
This little error had me stumped for a couple of days, jQuery Mobile was throwing errors every time I tried to load a page via Ajax, which is the normal procedure with links in jQuery Mobile as you can see from the Documentation.
If you’re working with jQuery and the jQuery plugin jCarousel you may have come across this problem if you try to implement jCarousel on an element where the elements childs aren’t present at page load.
What I was trying to do was to apply jCarousel to a <ul> element and have the <li> element be loaded in via Ajax after the page had finished loading. As a rough example of my markup:
Recently I’ve been working on a web project for a client that required me to work with e2save, specifically their affiliate scheme. E2save (Which is part of the Carphone Warehouse) provide data feeds via their White Label affiliate scheme, the data contained in these feeds relate to everything you see on the current website – Phones, Tariffs, Gifts etc.