Posts Tagged ‘Web design’

Flexbox – Align Last Item in Grid To The Left

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Flexbox is great for building 2D grids quickly and easily. It has pretty much replaced the use of the Float property when laying out content. But, one of the issues […]

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MAMP MySQL Not Starting – Quick Fix Solution

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The MAMP MySQL servers can be a tricky thing… I use a mixture of Local by Flywheel and MAMP for my local development work. Sometimes, I have issues when launching […]

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New Website for STEPS Centre Institute of Development Studies

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I don’t add portfolio websites as often as I perhaps should. But here’s a site I’m particularly pleased with – the new website for the Institute of Development Studies at […]

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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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Using WordPress Categories and Tags

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Many people seem to be confused about using WordPress categories and tags. Knowing what they are and the differences between them is one thing. Knowing how or when to use […]

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WordPress White Admin Screen

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If you have logged in to your WordPress site, only to be greeted with a white admin screen, don’t panic. The WordPress white admin screen may well be down to […]

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New Branding and Design for Colour Division

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It’s been a little while since I last posted on the Blog, but I’ve been busy… Back in September 2014, I started working at Colour Division in West Hampstead, London […]

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List All Pages Using a Particular Template in WordPress

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If you have ever wanted to list all pages using a template in your WordPress site or theme, there is a relatively simple way that makes use of one of […]

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Using HTML5 Input Types In Your WordPress Forms

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If you want to make your WordPress comment forms more user-friendly for mobile users, you might want to consider HTML5 input types.

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