If you’re using Contact Form 7 for your WordPress site’s forms, you may have noticed how the rendered forms automatically wraps your labels and form fields in paragraph and break tags, which is a tad annoying. Here’s the fix.
This is a very simple tip but it’s a solution to an issue that I’ve seen come up quite often with other developers. Aligning text in a button element on a page is easy but for iOS, it requires an extra step that’s so easy it’s stupid.
When redesigning my blog this past week, I wanted to be able to show related articles on my post pages based on the category of the post the user is reading. Here’s how to do it without using a plugin.
I really enjoy working with WPML. It takes a little work to get things set up but it’s not overly-complex. That said, I had one situation recently where I couldn’t access any pages and was scratching my head trying to figure it out until I stumbled across this fix.
One of the least popular of the gargantuan nine symphonies of Beethoven is the Eighth, composed in tandem with its more popular and cosmic sister symphony, the Seventh, and while it may not have the emotional reach of its outer siblings, it holds its own in playfulness and what I like to call “restrained abandon”.
This little trick can be handy for client projects where you’re adding video embeds to their pages but don’t want to have other clips listed at the end of it, especially when it comes to exposing users to your client’s competition.
I like working with the Advanced Custom Fields plugin, but there’s one annoyance I have and that’s when it auto-wraps outputted fields in <p> tags, which can mess with formatting. Luckily, there’s a fix for that.
Been on a late 70’s/early 80’s music kick this week. I was listening to Christopher Cross’ Gone Like the Wind at work today so I could learn the chords. I got home and tried it out at the keyboard and had a good time tinkling with it.