Blog Category: HTML

Using Vector Icons For Arrows and More

April 15, 2014 CSS, Development, HTML, WordPress

Using Vector Icons For Arrows and More

Vector icon sets are web icons that can be used through CSS and HTML by including a specialized font family. I frequently use vector icons when developing websites for social …

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Select the Child Element Inside jQuery’s $(this)

August 4, 2013 Development, HTML, jQuery

For a jQuery script, I needed to select the child element of an item. This can be accomplished using the children() method for immediate children and the find() method for …

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How to Tell if a Variable is Odd or Even

July 17, 2013 Development, HTML, PHP

How to Tell if a Variable is Odd or Even

While creating divs for a recent project, I wanted to assign a class to the even containers so they would float right. Container #1 would float left, #2 would float …

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Creating a Custom Excerpt with Two Paragraphs

July 17, 2013 Development, HTML, PHP

Creating a Custom Excerpt with Two Paragraphs

For my website, I have written a lot of news articles over the years and I wanted to print out an excerpt for each one. Instead of writing an excerpt …

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How to Implement the WordPress Featured Image

June 26, 2013 HTML, PHP, Plugins, WordPress

How to Implement the WordPress Featured Image

In WordPress, you’ll notice on the right side of the add/edit post screen a box that says featured image. Some themes take advantage of this area and this is how …

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PHP Function to Grab WordPress Theme Location

June 25, 2013 Development, HTML, PHP, WordPress

PHP Function to Grab WordPress Theme Location

Sometimes when I look at WordPress code, especially on older sites, I’ll notice the following line of code: HTML <img src=”/wp-content/themes/my-theme/images/my-image.jpg” alt=”My Image” /> There are a couple reasons to …

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Deactive Checkbox until User Reads Terms of Use

May 19, 2013 CSS, Development, HTML, jQuery

Deactive Checkbox until User Reads Terms of Use

In the signup area of an automated system I’m creating, there is a terms of use that should be read before the user continues filling out the form. First, I …

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