How to paginate WordPress like Dribbble

Published: August 24, 2013

During the development of the new Square One website I wanted to replicate the way Dribbble lets you paginate through shots. If you checkout a user on Dribbble there are two shots or thumbnails listed on the right hand side that will paginate the previous or next shot uploaded by the user. So I started […]

Update: August 24, 2013

How to crop an image with a CSS class

Published: March 9, 2013

Do you know how to crop an image with a CSS class? Let me show you how I would do it. Using CSS to crop an image is not a new thing but perhaps not common knowledge. With the use of the Positioning and Overflow properties it can be easy to achieve – using relative […]

Update: March 9, 2013

Designing for mobile first?

Published: September 27, 2012

I have mixed opinions about this, should you design for mobile first or desktop? I understand the pro’s for mobile first but it’s got it’s pitfalls too in my opinion. I would be interested in your views too so please leave your comments below. So, if we decide we’re going straight in to the browser […]

Update: September 27, 2012

SEO advice

Published: September 19, 2012

Someone recently asked me if I could recommend a reliable offsite SEO company, my short answer was no! I’ve never found a reliable partner to work with as yet, not to say there aren’t any just that I haven’t found one. Queue quick tip, here’s a bit of SEO advice for you… A bad offsite SEO company […]

Update: September 19, 2012

Developing a WordPress site on a live url

Published: May 18, 2012

There are a many ways to develop a website in WordPress, locally, on a sub-domain or on a staging server but these ways mean that you will eventually have to migrate the site to a the live url at some point and sync the database. Although very achievable it can be a pain in the proverbial, especially […]

Update: May 18, 2012