Most WordPress themes have the default comment notes enabled on the the comment form. You’ve probably seen the little text that informs a visitor or a potential commenter of what HTML tags are available for use on the comments: You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> […]
Tag: HTML & CSS
How to remove or hide titles on WordPress posts and pages? An all too frequently asked question. Add CSS to Hide that Title Adding some lines to your chosen theme’s style.css or your favorite Custom CSS plugin could make those unsightly titles disappear. A simple tutorial on CSS. Will this work all the time? No. […]
Want to learn CSS fast? This tutorial should help you understand what it is and how it works. Read on and in no time you’ll be modifying your website’s design to your heart’s content. What is CSS? Cascading Style Sheets is a part of a website that dictates its design. There are two common ways […]
Firebug has many uses for a web developer. This tutorial is for the novice WordPress user who just wants to pinpoint the theme element and the CSS codes so they could edit the design. Firebug is available for both Firefox and Chrome. If you use Chrome it would be best if you use its dedicated […]
This is pretty simple stuff but I see it getting asked a lot on forums. How do you make a link open on a new window? Just add a target attribute to the link and set it to “_blank”. The html tag <a> actually stands for “Anchor”. Standard link, opens (reloads) on same page. This […]
This two CSS properties will solve most of your menu-centering problems. Of course this could also be used on other elements that you have trouble centering. Of course you’ll have to remove any float properties if there are any.