Webmasters and bloggers often have a huge fear of being hacked, and the more a website is popular, the more it is exposed to various hacking attempts. Here are 5 tips and plugins that will allow you to secure your Wordpress install, because prevention is always better than cure!
To be honest, I never really liked Human, Ubuntu’s default theme, and seems that many other people don’t. Happilly, on GNU/Linux systems it is easy to customize everything, even the buttons aspect or the windows borders. Here’s a list of 30 Gnome themes of all styles, from the Windows XP look-a-like to the very original skin, to enhance your Ubuntu experience.
Apple.com menubar is really an exemple in terms of clean, semantic code and very cool design. In this tutorial, I propose you to recreate Apple’s website navigation bar and study the techniques used.
Some time ago, I wrote a tutorial about the first sample of Noobslide exemples. Now, I’m going to show you how to create an advanced slideshow, with clickable snapshots. In the noobslide exemples, this is the 7th sample.
I just wrote a post about the IWPhone plugin on Hack Wordpress. This very handy plugin creates an iPhone/iPod Touch friendly version of your blog, by removing unecessary elements, auto-scaling images and adapt content to iPhone/iPod resolution, allowing you to read the content without even having to zoom. Even if this plugin is great, you’ll have to customize it a bit in order to make it perfectly fits your blog design.
That’s obvious: Buttons are a very important part of a website: They’re the most common way your visitors can trigger an action and interact with your website. Sadly, even theses days many web pages still displays ugly buttons. Here’s our “Top Ten” CSS buttons tutorial list, for giving your buttons, submits and links the beauty they deserve.
Mimbo is one of the most used magazine theme for wordpress, it’s a great theme ! The only weakness is the way you change its options … Manually in the code …
It’s why i decided to create my own custom mimbo theme which includes a control panel. In this post I’m going to show you how you can create a control panel for your theme (in this example I will use mimbo).
Since the release of the OpenBook, many bloggers asked me how they can modify the color scheme of the theme. Before the release of OpenBook next version, which will probably allow the user to set the colors in Wordpress admin panel, here’s an easy, step by step guide to give your OpenBook theme the look you want, even if you don’t know any web language.
Since the 70′s, Vi is one of the programmer’s best friend. Nevermind you’re new to Vi or not, here’s a big list of 100 useful commands, organized by topic, which will make your coder life better.