This seems to good to be true, but I came across a new site that offers offers ad-free, free hosting with 40 MB of disk space and 3 MySQL databases (thanks to infOpinions?
for the heads up). This site, JustFree.com
, says that the disk space is likely to increase over ...
In default WordPress installations, the search function only yields results for posts. It does not search pages, comments, or anything else.
from Dan Cameron
solves that problem. Install and activate the plugin, and then go to Options > Search Everything to select what exactly ...
Kuler is an Adobe hosted site that allows users to create, share and rate color themes and pallettes.
gorotron has four simple yet pretty free CSS templates.
Nice name. This is an online tool that does the following:
This tool can significantly reduce the size and complexity of your CSS by programmatically stripping unneeded content, stripping redundant calls, and intelligently grouping the remaining element names.
Your CSS file needs to be online for it to work.
has seven basic CSS templates that you can use to design your sites or blogs. What's amazing about these templates is that while they're basic, they're actually not. The preview of every template really shows you what they'd be like in action, and they include more than just a ...
cfTopper has the coolest design for post titles that I think I've ever seen. He has the post title with a reflection close underneath. Take a look:
I tried to get an idea of how he does it by using Firefox Web Developer
This plugin allows you to easily select where certain categories will appear and where they won't. After activating the plugin, a new menu item appears under Manage called Category Visibility which lists all of your categories. For each category, you can select whether that category's posts appear in the following areas of your blog: