The WordPress 4.8 text widget will destroy your content

I just completely lost the contents of a text widget, and it was WordPress’s fault. I had a normal, old-style text widget, containing a set of links, and within each… More »

JavaScript toFixed() does not work in number fields on Firefox

Here’s a very short, quick post, detailing a Firefox scripting frustration that I discovered today. Let’s say you have a JavaScript function that calculates a value. The value represents a… More »

How to remove the security hole in WordPress comment HTML

Before reading further, you should read my earlier post, Your WordPress site comments are giving information to hackers, since this post provides a neater solution to the problem described in… More »

Stop Chrome messing with your forms

Google Chrome may be a popular and easy to use browser, but it plays fast and loose with website designers’ wishes regarding forms on their sites. It autocompletes form fields… More »

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… More »

CSS Double Body Background Image

So you’re designing a website, and you’ve reached a point where you need two background images behind the whole page, both repeating in at least one direction, but not all… More »

IE7 Non-Standard Event Handlers

Recently I had a problem where, when using IE7 (a rare occurrence and only ever for testing purposes) an XHTML ‘SELECT’ element would not open properly. On first click it… More »