This solves something that has bothered me for sometime in WordPress admin interface. When a site has a lot of categories, the categories selection window is just not tall enough and we have to find the right category by scrolling the tiny window, but no more! With jQuery, the window expands dynamically. Amazing. Open you function.php and paste the following code. Continue reading How to make the categories selection window taller with jQuery in WordPress admin
Showing your latest tweets on your WordPress site is a good way to help your readers staying tuned with you, and doing it became a such common task. A plug-in can do that job but it’s simple tasks and if you are WordPress themer you probably should do it without a plug-in. Continue reading How to show your latest tweets on your WordPress site without a plugin
Safari 4 got better font-rendering than the previous Safari 3 but it still annoys me especially when it comes to Georgia. Look at the screenshot below. It’s still ugly and fat. Don’t you think so? Continue reading How to fix ugly, fat font rendering in Safari 4
We, web designers have been frustrated by the lack of choices of fonts that are available for web design. The web has waited long enough. Yes, now we can use extensive selections of web fonts using @font-face property in CSS3 but wait, where can we get those web fonts? Here is the roundup. Continue reading Where you can get web fonts to use ‘@font-face’ in CSS3, roundup.
I have been using ABR Viewer for a while but it’s time to move on. Brush Pilot is a fast and easy application for previewing your Photoshop brushs collection. It’s not free but it’s just $15.00 and if you are like me who is someone has a lot of brush collections and if you think about how much you can save time, it totally worth it. “Time is money”, right? Continue reading Preview your Photoshop brushes with Brush Pilot.
Many of my reader might know already about it though, finally, we, Mac user can preview brushes without loading them in Photoshop but the ABR Viewer!! Continue reading ABR Viewer for Mac user. Preview your brushes with it!