My blog has been using the Download Monitor WordPress plugin for about 2 years now and I’ve been loving it since. So when a client wanted a function whereby admins can upload files from the backend for registered users to download from the frontend, I immediately knew which WordPress plugin to turn to. Read more
Differentiating the menu item of a current web page from other menu items is pretty important, generally because it enhances user experience as it instantly tells the user exactly which part of the website he is at. There are many different ways to implement this programmatically, but I’ll only explain the jQuery method here. Read more
Hello there folks! Ok, so here’s the story. I had to batch create Joomla users (about 4000 of them) from an excel file that my client provided. So I created all the users successfully (using phpMyAdmin), but there was one problem. Read more
I’ve been using WordPress for just almost 2 years and there are generally 2 features that I would love to change in the WordPress admin. First is the autosave feature and second, the post revisions. These are great features, by the way, but they can be further tweaked for more comfort. Read more
Since Dreamweaver or any web editing software doesn’t do auto-complete for CSS3 rounded corner properties, I find it helpful to have this here. So whenever you wanna throw in rounded corners for your website, just copy and paste this and adjust accordingly. Read more
One of the many ways to get 100% attention from your website visitors is to interact with them using popups. Nope, not the 90s, ugly, annoying popup but the neat jQuery modal one. And sometimes you wanna automatically fade out that DIV / SPAN popup element in effort to improve user experience, so here’s something you might find useful.