60 Beautiful CSS-Sprite Social Media Icons

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If you’re like me…. you’re always adding social media icons to web projects. I thought it would be nice to have an expansive set of css-sprite social media icons that covered pretty much every social network I could possibly need. And since I took the time to make these I… Keep Reading »


Tumblr Theme Making

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TumblrThemr is helping us designers make Tumblr theme development a little less annoying. “It’s a testament to the passion developers and designers feel for Tumblr that so many great themes exist – despite the complete lack of tools. No matter how you tackle it, developing a theme involves a time-consuming… Keep Reading »

Design w/ PHP Includes

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Streamline your design process using PHP includes. This means that you can type up a common header, menu, or footer file that you want all of your web pages to share. When you add a new page to your site, instead of having to update the links on several pages,… Keep Reading »


Facebook “Like” Button for WordPress

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Some very easy copy-and-paste code here to add to the template for blog posts to allow for Facebook “liking” of the article. Probably best in the single.php template underneath where it outputs the content of the post. <iframe src=”<?php echo rawurlencode(get_permalink()); ?>&amp;layout=standard&amp;show-faces=true&amp;width=450&amp;action=like&amp;font=arial&amp;colorscheme=light” scrolling=”no” frameborder=”0” allowTransparency=”true” id=”facebook-like”></iframe>


WordPress: Starting with a Blank Slate

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When I sit down to design a WordPress site I always like to start with a clean slate. Its almost like being a kid and sitting down with a really cool coloring book. My coloring book provided the lines and shape in which I could add my own color and… Keep Reading »


WordPress Running Slow?

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Question by Nathan Jeffers “My website (which runs on WordPress) has been running really slow lately. I’m wondering if there’s something I can do to fix that. It’s on a server with a couple other websites and I have 14 plugins active. I didn’t know if I should move to… Keep Reading »

Scrollbar Page Jump Fix

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Here’s the scenario… you just finished your rock-solid CSS design and your page looks wonderful. Currently your viewing it in a nice big browser window and there’s no vertical scrollbar. Mmmm…. very nice! Then you click to another page in your template – a very long page – when “boink!”… Keep Reading »


CSS Sprite-Slide Button

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I’ve found hundreds of tutorials on the sliding doors button and hundreds on the sprite technique but never a combination of both. This button combines the wonderful sprite technique with the sliding doors technique to make a beautiful button that not only loads in a snap but also looks great… Keep Reading »

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