Archive for the ‘Website Advice’ Category

Redirect Your Website To A Mobile Version

With the growing number of web visitors using mobile devices, many sites are offering a mobile version with cut-down content. If you have built a mobile version and want an […]

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Create eCommerce Online Galleries With Light Blue Software

Light Blue Software for Photographers

Following on from my post on customising web galleries for Light Blue, here is part two where I am going to show how to add templates, create web galleries, upload […]

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Edit Websites Or Login To WordPress On A Temporary URL

WordPress featured images

When you sign up for a new web hosting package, you may have a situation where you need to get all the site files ready, in place before transferring an […]

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Best Video Setting for YouTube

Having just uploaded a video to YouTube, I got a shock over the quality and the time it took to upload. My original file was a .mov Quicktime movie (YouTube […]

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Domain Renewal Group

If you have a website domain name and get a letter from a company called the Domain Renewal Group, read this…

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A website analogy

Many people seem to be confused by the various parts of what is involved in having a website… No wonder – if you are new to concept of having a […]

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Transparent PNG Files in Fireworks and Photoshop

Just a little post today concerning the creation and export of transparent png files from your favourite image editors.

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Colour Formats and CSS3

Having worked with HEX colours and RGB in web design for some time now, I am intrigued by how successful the new HSLA format will be. As of yet, it […]

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Loading JavaScript into WordPress Themes

Recently, I was working on a theme that was based on a modified version of TwentyTen, the default WP themeĀ (www.corporate-chocolates.co.uk) and ran into an issue loading a jQuery file.

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