Favicons are those little 16 x 16 icons that appear next to the URL in the address bar of a web browser. They also show up on the tabs (if you’re using a tabbed browser), in your bookmarks.
Archive for December, 2009
Many plugins are ready for download at the Word-Press Plugin Repository. Many plugins are no longer maintained and may only work with older versions of WordPress; and conversely, many newer plugins are developed exclusively Useful Plugins for Theme Developers.
Traditional drawing is about translating what you see onto a flat piece of paper: going from 3D to 2D, which is hard to do for most people. Do you need to know how to draw to use SketchUp? In SketchUp, you’re always in 3D, so no translation is involved — you just build, and SketchUp takes care of stuff like perspective and shading for you.
One of the goals of this post is to help you build a portfolio. It’s an essential step for a designer, but it can seem a little daunting. Here are some quick tips to help you get started.
A month ago we have written a post on “Multi Blogging Website Powered By WordPress MU“, and visitors much appriciated so I decided to compile a list of Photographers blog but those who use wordpress. If I miss any photographer blog, kindly mention it in comment so we can add in our list.
Error 404 pages are where servers direct browsers when a URL seeks a missing page. While it’s easy to think you won’t really need a 404 page with a WordPress install, you’d be surprised. Even though all the links to the article or page you deleted are removed automatically from within your site, someone else might have created a link on their site to your post, which will no longer work.