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:
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plugin allows WordPress Pages to link to any page you would like. I recently used it on a site where the top nav bar is comprised of pages, but two of the pages - the news and resources pages - needed to have dynamic content ...
So you want to create a WordPress theme from scratch. But most blogs or sites have a similar layout - a main column for the content, and a sidebar on the right or left side for blog-related links like categories, pages, archives, etc. So why not start with a template that at least takes ...
The default WordPress excerpt allows you to display a short text from your posts that is easier taken from the post itself, or from the excerpt that you enter in the Write Posts page. At the end of the excerpt, there is a link that takes the reader to the complete version of the ...
As both a publisher and a reader of blogs, I don't like AdSense. As a reader, I find that the ads look too much like the content and I have to scan pages until I find what I really want to read, and what I really want to ignore (the AdSense!). People trying to ...