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Google Adsense for Responsive Design: WordPress Plugin

Google AdSense for Responsive Themes (GARD) Free WordPress Plugin

Anyone using a responsive theme for their website knows how frustrating it can be to host Google AdSense in your design. What you need is an ad that can adjust automatically to the size of the screen viewing your website. Website design needed to adapt to allow websites to showcase the design well on any screen size and responsive design was the answer. Responsive ... Read More »

Modern Twist To Standard Link Colors

CSS Modern Twist to Hyperlink Colors

Today links may be red, green or even orange. There really are no limitations to the color options, so use your imagination and get creative. (Just keep in mind they should be visible to your readers.) Hyperlink Colors Sample (made bold for easier viewing): Blue Hyperlink | Red Hover | Purple Visited Standard Link Colors Revisited As TDH uses the ... Read More »

How To Get A Free Website Privacy Policy With Trust Guard

Free Privacy Policy by Trust Guard

People want to ensure their privacy when they visit websites. This is especially true on websites where they will be entering personal financial information, like a credit card to make a purchase. However, a website’s privacy policy can take a lot of time and effort for someone without a law degree. That is… until now. Free Privacy Policy by Trust ... Read More »

Photoshop CS6 Text Glitching: Fixing The Text Corruption Problem

Adobe Photoshop CS6

Recently I was able to upgrade to Photoshop CS6 and I loved the new look. Unfortunately that love quickly turned into annoyance at a text glitch that was causing problems. (And during my research I discovered Adobe knew about this before it was released!) Thankfully I found the solution and here is a step-by-step guide for those of you experiencing the ... Read More »

How To Make Your Sahifa Theme Have Different Colored Skins For Each Section

PHP Coding Tutorial

Buying and customizing Premium WordPress themes have many benefits, especially in avoiding extra time coding a fully custom design. Unfortunately you are then limited to the customization options given by the plugin developer. Often you will want to do something that is not an option given and then you’ll need to manually hardcode some HTML or add some custom CSS ... Read More »

How To Modify The Default WordPress Image Styling And Text Wrapping Around Images

CSS Coding Tutorial

Current WordPress versions have default CSS classes defined for images, including alignment. This means you are able to select having the images inserted within posts and pages to be aligned to the left, right or center of a paragraph. The text will then wrap around the image. While this ability is a wonderful tool to allow beginner (and advanced) WordPress ... Read More »

Website Redesign: The Plan For 416BC

Website Redesign - The Plan for 416BC

Every now and then a website needs to be redesigned. Sometimes this is a minor aspect, while other times it involves a major shift to a new idea. Currently 416BC.com is undergoing a redesign, but more on that later. The Internet is always evolving. As the Web evolves new trends emerge that make websites more user friendly and visually appealing, ... Read More »

How to Code URLS without HTTP: or HTTPS:

HTML Coding Tutorial

Here’s a quick tip for using a different way to link to content within HTML code. Essentially you are creating an absolute URL without protocol. While it’s traditional to structure URLs in links with the inclusion of http:// or https://, it is no longer completely necessary. [crayon-5a8b7c32dde6a/] Instead, today you can simply use the // [crayon-5a8b7c32dded3/] Click here for a ... Read More »

How to Create Anchors with Different Starting Positions Using CSS

Tutorials, Tips & Tricks

Creating anchors is a usability feature that helps website readers navigate to certain locations within a webpage. Click here for a demo anchor.   A big thanks to Mark from StackOverflow.com for this simple solution. ↓ Jump to Final Code: HTML | CSS Anchors Take a look at the images below to see the difference between the original anchor and ... Read More »

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