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How to centre a Superfish dropdown menu

This is a great little tip I found a while ago which has been sitting in my Wunderlist ever since. I can’t recall where I originally picked it up and so I thought I’d share it here. The jQuery Superfish menu plugin provides a practical, usable dropdown menu system which… More »

Media Library images missing in modal uploader

This is an interesting little WordPress problem, and I don’t think I’ve seen a solution posted elsewhere. On a couple of projects recently, I found that, while creating a custom theme and custom plugins, the “Media Library” tab of the WordPress modal media uploader suddenly stopped showing the list of… More »


Updating the WordPress plugin repository with SVN on Mac

Having recently switched my development platform from Windows to Mac, and being a published WordPress plugin author, I needed to find a Mac-based replacement for the excellent Windows-based TortoiseSVN in order to update my plugins on the WordPress plugin repository. There are many ways to get set up with SVN… More »

Fields missing from POST in PHP? This could be why

So you have a webpage with a big form, with a large number of input fields, maybe loads of checkboxes or hidden inputs. The form POSTs to a PHP page which processes the data. Except, the PHP page is only receiving part of the form submission – some fields are… More »


Update multiple WordPress sites at once

If, like me, you have a large number of WordPress sites, and maybe even a large collection of WordPress development projects running on a local web server, you will appreciate how painful a WordPress core update can be. Sure, WordPress now has Multisite capabilities, but if your sites are spread… More »