Multi-line gradient hyperlinks
Posted 18th February 2021
Use cascading style sheets to create a gradient underline link that will span multiple lines.
Rebuilding my website: 2020
Posted 25th November 2020
It’s been seven years since I last re-designed my personal website. Here is a look at the technologies that I used to build my new website.
Remove “\"” from img tags in SilverStripe
Posted 12th March 2014
A remedy for removing the erroneous inclusion of “\"” in img tags in SilverStripe.
Responsive images made easy
Posted 17th January 2014
In this era of ‘Responsive Web Design’ where websites need to function well on smartphones and tablets as well as desktop computers, finding a solution for a website’s images can be tricky.
Display WordPress stories and images on a non-WordPress web page
Posted 20th June 2013
Step-by-step instructions for including WordPress blog content on non-WordPress static web pages. This method is ideal for advertising ‘latest stories’ on a static website where the article headline, excerpt, date and thumbnail image are to be displayed.
Getting started with Responsive Web Design
Posted 9th April 2012
This article provides new users with ten easy-to-follow steps for designing a website on Responsive Web Design principles from scratch. RWD may look complicated, but this article will make it easy for you.
Create a clickable corner ribbon for your website
Posted 22nd January 2012
Using CSS and simple HTML, easily create a promotional “ribbon” in the corner of your website that will link to another page.
Safely add any font to your website using CSS
Posted 10th January 2012
Using @font-face in CSS3, you can easily add any font to your website and be certain that all of your users will see your custom font.
Use PHP to insert an automatic “last modified” date into web pages
Posted 30th October 2011
Use PHP to generate a “Last modified” date into your static web pages that automatically updates when the page does, so you don’t need to worry about it.
Conditional Comments in CSS for Internet Explorer
Posted 25th September 2011
Using conditional comments within cascading style sheets to target specific versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer.