Posts Tagged ‘Customisation’

Change Order of Past Events in The Events Calendar Plugin

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The Events Calendar is a great calendar plugin for WordPress. It comes in both free and Pro versions and is very flexible. However, by default the events are displayed in […]

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Show Featured Image in Your WordPress Admin Dashboard

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When you are working with a WordPress theme that relies heavily on the use of a featured image, it is helpful having a visual guide showing where you have used […]

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Free Adobe Illustrator Splash Screen

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If you want to customise your Adobe Illustrator CC 2015 splash screen, you just need to replace a couple of files. I’m a Mac user and to change these files, […]

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How to Show Content Only on The Home Page of WordPress Sites

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If you are using your WordPress installation as a CMS for a website, you may well not be using the blog posts list as your landing page. In this case, […]

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Add Custom Menus to WordPress 3+ Themes

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WordPress 3 added plenty of new features – and one of the most useful was the ability to create and add custom navigation or menus to your themes. Whilst they […]

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Easy Way To View Your Library Folder On Lion OSX 10.7

It seems that with the new version of OS X Lion 10.7, the Library folder has been hidden from people wishing to tinker with settings… Getting access to it is […]

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Setting Featured Image For Posts in WordPress

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WordPress added the ability to set a Featured Image for your posts in version 2.9. There are a couple of steps you need to take to get them to show […]

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OSX Snow Leopard 2D Dock

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One of the things I was not keen on with the 10.5 Leopard release of OSX is the new-look 3D dock. This was carried through to Snow Leopard, so customisation […]

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Edit the TextMate Comment Banner Snippet

TextMate is a great text editor and one of the key commands I use a lot is for inserting comment headers or banners. They auto expand to suit whatever text […]

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Hiding the Header Text in WordPress

If you have a banner graphic that incorporates your blog title, you may not want the header text showing up over your image. To fix it, go to the Appearance […]

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