Posts Tagged Web Design

10Sep '14

Compact archives in WordPress without a plugin

If you’ve been blogging for any length of time, you might have an archive index page that lists your posts by month or year for easy viewing. And if you’ve been blogging for a long time, that list might be rather long like mine was. Instead of such a lengthy list, what if you had […]

03Sep '14

Styling the Jetpack Subscribe by Email widget

Back in August 2013, I ran into some trouble trying to apply CSS to the submit button of the Jetpack Subscribe by Email widget. One of the things I said was: You can’t use “name” or “value” to select it with CSS… Well actually, I was wrong. You can indeed select an item using one […]

30Aug '14

End of Summer Redesign

Summer is coming to a close and I for one am happy for it. I realize that I’m in the minority here so for everyone else, I say: hey, there’s always next year. You may remember that over a year and a half ago, I created my own WordPress theme for this site called “Lair […]

17Oct '13

CSS Fix: Backgrounds that overlap floats

It’s been quiet around here lately due to struggling with a helluva cold for the past 2 weeks all while the deadline for my major work project loomed closer. There were times where I would be up working on it at 4am because if I can’t sleep from trying to cough up a lung, I […]

04Aug '13

Using CSS selectors to style the Jetpack Subscribe by Email widget

Update:There’s a better way to do this using the [attr=”value”] selector. Being a web designer, I like to make things as close to pixel perfect as I can when I’m coding. So when I created a really nice button purely out of CSS for my blog redesign, I wanted to apply it everywhere. One thing […]

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