Unsure how to add a link in WordPress? In this post I will share how to add links to other posts or pages in your blog, link to other website and email addresses.
If your using a database-driven website (like a WordPress site) then you'll probably be able to export the data as a CSV file (comma separated values). This allows you to open the file in Microsoft Excel however the data doesn't always display in columns as expected.
Have you seen what happens when someone share's a link to your website? Try it out and see which image and information Facebook chooses by default. In this tutorial I will show you have to use Open Graph protocol to control which image and information is shared to Facebook by default.
Tired of watching progress bars waiting for emails to send or images to upload? Then follow these tips on how to reduce the size of an image. This tutorial is for beginners so you won't need Photoshop - just your PC.
In this tutorials I'll show you the basics of taking screenshots on a range of devices including computers and tablets/smartphones. I'll also show you some extra little tricks for taking a screenshot of only the content you want captured. Tutorial covers Windows, Mac, iOS and Androids.
Some simple CSS tips and tricks for styling your forms. The tutorial includes rounded corner fields, styling based on input field types, applying on focus styles and using images as submit buttons.
In a range of WordPress sites I've been working recently there has been the need to use page titles in a non-standard WordPress way. In this tutorial I will demonstrate some ways to use page and post titles outside of the loop, including a subtitle on a page and show the parent page title.
Who gets annoyed when they have to switch their mobile keyboard over to the number pad each time they have to enter a phone number in a web form? With some very simple HTML5 code I am going to show you have you can enhance someone's user experience with your web forms so the right keyboard for the job shows up automatically.
Chances are if you have been using WordPress or Drupal for a while you have become familiar with the terminology and when to use what where. However if you have to switch from one to the other it can become somewhat confusing. You can still achieve generally the same outcomes but all the terminology has changed. Also a handy beginners guide to terminology and features.