Want to change your meta links contained in a WordPress sidebar widget?
I love my iPod, but I hate iTunes!. I find the interface very slow and hate the fact that it creates all these folders and subfolders within My Music folder. I also tend to format my PC and start again with a clean install, and using iTunes, unless I take a backup, I have to also wipe the iPod and then resync everything.
Some of my posts include snippets of code that help explain the process or describe what needs to be done. Most of the code is written in Visual Studio or Dreamweaver, and as such simply copying and pasting the code into the blog post doesn’t work.
I’ve been using the iPhone for a few months now, and been constantly on apple’s app store looking for utility, productivity and plain and simple fun applications. Here’s a list of my current favourite apps and must have’s for the iPhone.
I was looking for a simple media player that could play videos that I had created at home. One of the great things about Magix Movie Edit Pro is that you can output your finished masterpiece in MP4 or FLV format. Which is great as it keeps the file size small and enables me to share my videos to family members across the world.
Having recently purchased an iPhone 3G, I’ve installed on my blog site WPtouch. WPtouch is a plug-in that transforms your blog into an application-style theme when you browse to your site using your iPhone. However, to get the tag cloud and monthly archive list to appear, you must have an Archives page, which is based on the Archive template. Continue reading
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 provides a method for obtaining meta data using information schema views. Continue reading
[EDIT: Tested with WordPress 2.7.1]
I wanted to create a glossary that facilitates terms, buzz words and acronyms used in modern computing. I needed something that was simple to update and manage, and use the capabilities of WordPress rather than creating a simple page with hyperlinks/bookmarks, which would require jumping back and forth into code. Continue reading
I’ve been using WordPress for a few weeks now, and thinks it’s an awesome blogging tool, however, as with most applications it doesn’t do exactly what I want it to do. One of the annoyances I have right now, is that the thumbnail image WordPress 2.3 creates is too small for my tastes and so I wanted to find a way to change this. It is actually quite easy to change – it just requires modification to one WordPress file. Continue reading