When viewing media (usually the image.php template) within WordPress – there are buttons to browse the next and previous buttons that you might want to customize if you are creating a Bootstrap WordPress them. If this is the case – styling the buttons with Bootstrap is easy. You can simply add the following to your […]
Looking to stylize that WordPress comment button on the WordPress comment form? Adding the correct classes needed to the comment form button are as easy as finding where comment_form() is called in your theme.
When creating your Bootstrap WordPress themes, you will notice the sidebar widgets (archives, categories, etc) which use dropdowns do not share the Bootstrap styling because there is no place easily accessible to add in the needed classes or CSS.
No more excuses – now we know how to make the perfect guacamole: https://chipotle.com/guac-recipe Thanks for sharing! For Desert: How to make just 2 chocolate chip cookies (vs. the 3 dozen which inevitably get stale or inhaled)
In the past week I have dealt with two different needs to sort a table date column (using a custom date format) using a JS plugin jQuery Tablesorter 2.0 and Bootstrap Table.
Focus on what is really important. It is that simple. I was reminded this morning that a lot of people are not very productive and overwhelmed because they fail to focus on what is really important. Instead they waste a lot of time and effort on what is not important.
Over the last week – I have been trying to clean up my files and delete any non-essential email in order to tidy everything up. After deleting a number of files – I noticed my quota within Google Drive was still showing the same percent full before and after I deleted the files.
“Yesterday I thought I was going to throw my Apple magic mouse out of the window, today we are best friends.”
I recently needed to convert all file names from something like this: IMG_3034.JPG to img_3034.jpg. I had a ton of these files and changing them manually was not something I wanted to do. The solution was easy. I use Mac OS X – so in the terminal – I simply used: for i in *; […]