Monthly Archive:: December 2013

Solution: Padding Doesn’t Show Before / After Linewrap

There are many weird quirks that you encounter as a web developer. Generally, they are small things that you would not likely expect to occur. And these small things seem very obvious and trivial to fix. So obvious, that after you try all the things that first come to mind, that you may overlook perhaps

New Release: WordPress 3.8

WordPress 3.8 came out recently. You may be wondering — is it a big release? No, it’s not. WordPress has reached a state where most of how it’s setup is pretty much perfect. And so, the dramatic changes that were seen in previous iterations are now less likely. That doesn’t mean that updates don’t bring

CSS Reset VS Normalize.css – Learn The Difference

Ever wonder what the difference between a CSS Reset and Normalize.css is? Good. Being curious is awesome. I’ll try to help explain the difference between the two and also provide some CSS Resets that are popular. What are CSS Resets A CSS Reset is exactly what it sounds like. It removes all styles from components

How to Fix: Windows 8 Desktop, Task Bar, Applications Zoomed In

Bad title for a post… Basically, after upgrading to Windows 8.1, I started having issues with my start bar looking “glitched”, desktop icon sizes messing up, and some applications looking as if they were zoomed in. At first, I thought it was driver issues relating to my notebook / laptop’s 650M SLI configuration not working

WordPress: Check If Last Post In Loop

WordPress really is one of the best, user-friendly CMS’s / blogging platforms to have ever been created. Everything is easily accomplished (generally) and their documentation is great. You will, however, run into small issues when developing, that leave you going “huhhhhh”? This may be one of those small issues. So let’s get on to addressing

Guide: How To Transfer Users From One WordPress Blog To Another

Today, I needed to move accounts over from one WordPress website to another. It was on a different web host, different database, and different domain. How does one go about doing this? Well, it’s easier than you may think. To make things easier, let’s do some labeling… Website A is the website with the accounts