Category Archives: Tutorials
Ever wish you could make a webpage behave according to the browser it is being viewed with? In many cases this can be done with some well-placed CSS code. But, how about those situations when CSS can’t help us out? CSS hacks and tricks won’t let you target Firefox, Chrome or mobile devices. So, do you just stay away from using custom content in those browsers?
Enter PHP browser detection! With just a little bit of code, your site can reach its maximum potential in every browser, and even in mobile devices.Continue reading »
So, you’re looking to give your clients a secure way to access a client page (or group of pages) on your Wordpress powered site. There’s just one problem… there isn’t a Wordpress plugin that can do it for you with out-of-the-box functionality that we’ve grown accustomed to. But before you give up on client management (or Wordpress) altogether, let me assure you, it can be done. So, if you’re up for learning a new trick with some old programming knowledge and a little elbow grease, let’s get started…Continue reading »
With the advent of Style Sheets came the promotion of standards-based code that functions seamlessly across multiple browsers and displays correctly on most every machine out there. But, I often come across high-end websites that are based on outdated (and somewhat unreliable) CSS methods to produce an effect as simple as the common image rollover. Most older methods can give an otherwise professional site an amateur feel because they:
- cause the image to flicker on the initial rollover
- create a rollover by using multiple images, which take longer to load and uses extra bandwidth