Create automatically justified horizontal menus with only CSS.
This isn’t your typical micro-optimization paranoia and web-optimized images article. http://www.sitepoint.com/web-performance-tricks-beyond-basics/… Read the rest “Web Performance Tricks – Beyond the Basics”
A guide to building a website from start to finish. Get your site out instead of your hair.
Learn how to submit File input through an AJAX webform the easy way.
Having a fully translatable WordPress theme can save you a lot of work, and here's how.
A simple CSS technique for positioning an HTML element with both a proportional offset and a unit offset.
Font Awesome gives you scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS.
An interesting gotcha that I stumbled across recently, sending a 404 response code with a download forced by Content-Disposition: attachment will fail but inline content will still be displayed. This behaviour was tested in both Chrome and FireFox. Of course the appropriate response code should always be sent; this 404 response code was being sneaked in by WordPress and led to hours of frustration.… Read the rest “HTTP 404 response causes forced downloads to fail”
Make no mistake; if you have a web form or comment system on your site, the spambots WILL find you. They will pack the form fields with as much rubbish as they can pump out and try to send it on to you, the site owner.… Read the rest “Stop web spam – trap pesky spambots with a honeypot”
This guide will show you how you might create a gallery layout with “cards” of fixed widths and variable height.
So Yoast’s Google Analytics for WordPress plugin has a somewhat annoying “bug”, or oversight rather , where it rewrites relative link URLS to full URLs, including anchors. For example, <a href="#anchor"> becomes <a href="https://planetjon.ca/blah/#anchor">. There is more information about this on the wordpress forums.… Read the rest “Yoast’s Google Analytics for WordPress plugin rewrites links bug”
In WordPress, when you make a page or post you give it a title and a url (slug). If you decide to change the url later, WordPress has this convenient feature of remembering the old one and redirecting to the new url so that your links aren’t broken.… Read the rest “How to stop WordPress old url redirecting to new url”