Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
There are plenty of plugins available for Wordpress that quickly and easily add a range of social links to the bottom of your blog posts. These are great if you don’t mind sticking with the original markup and styling that comes with the plugin, but if you’re building your own theme you might want to play close attention to the details and creat your own custom set of bookmarking links. Let’s take a look at how we can write our own XHTML markup into our theme file, add the functionality to
Create Facebook-like picture tagging system using only CSS. Select a person on a photo with your cursor to display his name.
This is the first part in integrating the design into wordpress.
This is part three to my CSS crash course tutorials. Today I wanted to cover the last three areas of CSS that may be considered the advance portions of CSS. In this last tutorial we will learn about combining rules, selectors and pseudo class.
Learn how to change image transparency (opacity) using only CSS code. Simple but useful technique that you can use to create nice looking gallery or just crossover effect.
Looking to give your navigation menu a little more impact with some icons/graphics while still retaining accessibility to your users? Then this tutorial is for you!
5 Ways to Instantly Write Better CSS
The final stage of the CSS process for the premium wordpress design video tutorial.
In this tutorial you’re going to learn to create a simple, yet cool menu with overlapping tabs. I’ve kept it simple not because of the lack of time or inspiration, but in order for you to be able to improve on it and modify it in any way you need/want, both code and graphics.
This is part 2 of the CSS process where we'll write the CSS for the premium wordpress design we designed earlier in Photoshop CS4.
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