Monthly Archive: January 2010

How Do You Keep Track of Theme Usage?

A question: how do you guys keep track of sites that use your theme? I find that Google’s Webmaster Tools show links to my site, including those from the link on the footer area...

Site Design Tweaked

Just did some small CSS tweaks to this site. Added more breathing space and removed some unnecessary elements. Went wider (990px) over the old one (960px). This is more a “here’s when I played...

WordPress.com’s Tag Page is Something Special

Here is the awesome tag page for Photography. I believe it’s a custom written description on top with the list of recent posts underneath. Not sure what determines the width for each posts, but...

Realism in UI Design

The goal is to add those details which help users identify what an element is, and how to interact with it, and to add no more than those details. Agreed.

WordPress Cheat Sheets Collection

You don’t have any idea how happy I am for this: WordPress cheat sheets from around the Web collected in one place. Also has collection for many, many other things. Programming languages, frameworks, you...

Hiding All Children of a Certain Category

With wp_list_categories(), you can exclude categories in some ways: You can hide any category with the exclude parameter, use comma separated list for multiple categories. You can show only the children of a certain...

12 Killer Tips for Designing in the Browser

Pico was designed directly in the browser, mostly with Firefox and Firebug. Overall, I find it’s much easier and faster tweaking certain things with CSS instead of on an image editor. Here are some...

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