Leeds is not short of great places to eat and drink, and now Leeds Indie Food are crowdfunding an amazing foodie event for 2015. With the help of Kickstarter, this event is looking to takeover the whole city – for two weeks.
I originally started a private blog years ago to make note of useful development bits and pieces. Nowadays there’s a little of everything here, from development and digital news to gaming and guitar stuff.
Another weekly reading list, featuring a little self-promotion this time around! Grab yourself a hot beverage of choice and take a few minutes to go through some cool stuff I spotted lately.
Add tags to pages in WordPress with a quick fix in your functions file.
Adding excerpts to pages in WordPress is really easy. This small snippet in your functions file should do the job!
Lunchtime ice creams in 2012 and a chance reading of a Quora post in 2014 lead to a silly side-project and a way to try something new.
After forgetting the password for a WordPress install on localhost, I found a handy way to force a reset using your functions.php file.
As 2013 came to a close I saw a shit-ton of Top 10 Things Of The Year lists. It’s my turn now, and I’ll be looking at my favourite games this year. Not necessarily the best releases in 2013, just the games I loved the most.
Recently I had a week away from the office – using up remaining holiday, catching up on freelance work and stretching my legs in Skyrim – before starting my new job at Stickyeyes (it’s going great by the way). Now in the office, I’ve noticed a lot of cool stuff this past week or so.
A bit of a mixed bag this week, from movie news to a flashy bit of data-handling by Foursquare. There’s been so many interesting links popping up over the last week or so that I thought I best keep it brief, otherwise I’d go totally overboard!
I’ve had a few conversations recently about CSS pre-processors (my life isn’t all car chases and crime fighting) and have been dabbling with different things myself. They’ve definitely changed the way I think about my CSS and, on doing a direct comparison of two very similar projects, using a pre-processor saved me a large chunk […]
Another hiccup with RoyalSlider recently. Each slide on a banner was split in two; the left half with a static background image and dynamic text, the right half containing a dynamic image with static text absolutely-positioned on top. The issue arose with the static text in the right-hand side not appearing while using Safari on a Mac or iOS device.
Luckily, I found an unexpected fix.