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Fugue is a free icon set created by Yusuke Kamiyamane–free for personal and commercial projects. Let’s look at Fugue and how you can quickly add icons from the set to your site via the Fugue CSS Sprite Framework. Fugue – A Huge Icon Set This icon set currently has over 2000 16×16 pixel icons (in […]

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Photo Credit: Vladitto via Shutterstock Lately, I’ve been using Thematic–a framework for building WordPress themes faster. Thematic gives you a solid, bare-bones theme with reset CSS styles, a very basic layout, no color and limited typography. A clean slate. Don’t Touch That Theme! To create your theme, you don’t actually edit any of Thematic’s theme […]

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The CyStats plugin is a great statistics plugin for WordPress. It has a ton of nice features, is easy to scan and displays all relevant stats (sans RSS feed stats) right from the WordPress backend. The only problem I have is that it’s only viewable to registered WordPress users with an admin role. Editors, Authors […]

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Remember the mottos you learned when you were a kid: “Winners don’t do drugs”, and “Cheaters never win”? Well, a little cheating never hurt anyone… when it comes to using cheat sheets, that is. Since there’s such a huge list of cheat sheets, let’s look at some of the useful cheat sheets for web designers. […]

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When you’re building a website in WordPress and using it as a CMS, you’re going to have pages that you don’t want showing in your main site navigation/menu. How do you keep those pages from showing up in your navigation? Include and Exclude Specific Pages There are several methods, but most of them require hard […]

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