Tag: css

PHP Array for Font Awesome 4.1.0

I needed to list all of the available icons from Font Awesome 4.1.0 in order to allow users to select one. The code for the selector was easy enough but…

Override the Default bbPress Stylesheet

After installing bbPress back onto my theme site, I realized the default stylesheet was pretty bloated. At first, I started abusing the important declaration in my own stylesheet, but then…

HTML5 Support in WordPress 3.6

For the longest time, I had hooked into the default search and comment form to add HTML5 features for my themes. With the release of WordPress 3.6, a new core…

Add Class to All Excerpts in WordPress

In WordPress, the post excerpt can be displayed using a function called the_excerpt(). This function has no parameters but it does have some filters which you can hook into. I…

Rotated Images with CSS3

I have been playing around with a lot of CSS3 lately due to PressWork, and I’ve come up with some cool tricks. One that I really like uses the transform…

Screenshot of Fluency Admin for Wordpress

Fluency Admin For WordPress

Today I’m going to talk about one of my very favorite plugins, Fluency Admin. A couple of years ago, I came across a competition to tweak the┬ádesign of the WordPress…

Circular Images with CSS3

I discovered how to create circular images using CSS3 the other day and thought it was totally awesome. The only drawback is that the image has to appear as a…

Amazing Hover Effects with CSS3

I have received a lot of questions lately about hover effects and how you can execute them using only CSS. There was a time when you would have to use…