There’s a bit of a problem with previewing posts in WordPress. Here’s a code snippet you can use in your plugins or themes to get around the problem.
Yesterday marked the tenth anniversary of WordPress’s first release on May 27th, 2003 – a happy creation that led to a lot of new blogs, businesses and services.
Cinema websites present a number of challenges, and are often surprisingly poor at selling the film in question. Our build for the Plaza Cinema automatically pulls in images and trailers for films, giving visitors a punchy, dynamic experience.
Greenwich Healthy Living exists to offer the general public information on healthy lifestyle choices. We were commissioned by the team at Greenwich to develop their new site. Read on for more info.
We recently developed a new site for the Foundation Trust Governor’s Association, which allowed for an easy self-hosted and self-managed yet sophisticated website.
We had a fabulous time at WordCamp UK Portsmouth and two of us from interconnect/it spoke at the conference. Here we look back at the weekend.
When designing for small screens every pixel counts. One of the common difficulties we face as web designers is how to reduce the amount of pixels some large constructs like menus take up.
By default WordPress will wrap any images you insert into a post in a paragraph tag. To get around this limitation here’s a snippet for your functions.php.
‘Stickiness’ isn’t just useful for the home page of a WordPress site, but useful elsewhere too. If you want sticky posts to stick everywhere, here’s a code snippet for you.
We’ve been working with the publishing and events giant, Informa T&M. Since we launched Telecoms.com, they have increasingly been using WordPress to deliver business critical websites.
When NATS wanted a new corporate site with a broad range of content which could be easily managed, they turned to WordPress for a reason. The excellent results are there to be seen.
We had an interesting support ticket raised today. LinkedIn/WordPress Application Domain Mapping Problem.