Point Gravatars to their respective sites

  • May 11th, 2006

Paul Stamatiou does the grunt and provides a little code snippet for improving a Gravatar enabled blog. By default, the gravatar plugin redirects clicks to Gravatar.com. A simple copy n’ paste will have Gravatars on your site redirected to their respective authors page. <?php if (function_exists(‘gravatar’)) { ?><a href="<?php comment_author_url(); ?>" title="<?php comment_author(); ?>’s website"><img […]

WebDev tools for Firefox, IE, and Opera

  • May 11th, 2006

As a constant fiddler of web layouts, I try my best to create a consistent workspace from which to test and retest pages. Being limited to Windows, my main concern is cross browser compatibility and consistency in Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera. Firefox users are undoubtedly aware of the robust Web Developer Toolbar extension. The […]

If we lived in a Pixar world

  • May 5th, 2006

If life mimicked that found in Disney’s upcoming Pixar movie ‘Cars’, I would definitely be driving Lightning McQueen. Actually, nix that. ‘Cars’ is all about cars which seem to drive themselves. I’ll have to rethink my previous statement. I was going to say that I wanted to be Lightning McQueen, but I don’t think that’ll […]

How-to: Improve WordPress Subscribe to Comments

  • May 3rd, 2006

One of my favorite WordPress plugins [hands down] is Subscribe to Comments by Mark Jaquith and Jennifer (ScriptyGoddess). The plugin allows readers to subscribe to comment activities via email bypassing the need to bookmark or subscribe [via RSS] to particular posts. As with any well written WordPress plugin, installation is a simple two step process: […]

Post CSS Reboot wrap

  • May 2nd, 2006

The Spring CSS Reboot has finally come to a close and after perusing comments & emails concerning 5ThirtyOne and other rebooted pages, I can finally begin to collect my thoughts concerning the experience. I guess it’s fair for me to explain why I decided to participate in this years Spring Reboot. The simple motivating factor, […]