Following coding standards when you are writing a piece of code is a good practice. Either we are talking about a tiny or a huge project where many people gets involved, coding standards are important – especially when other people will get to read your code. Code standards ensure that any project follows the same patterns and conventions and do not inherit the habits of their developers.
A general guide on how to upgrade an old WordPress theme. Depending on how old your theme is it may include or not the features described in the article. Of course, you can follow the same guide for creating a new theme and for making sure that you have included all the necessary features.
It’s been eight months since my related post Macbook Air: do we need the click button? and Apple has just announced that removes the “click buttom” from the trackpad area in the new Macbook. In this way, Apple is providing us with 39% more space for the multi-touch gestures. You can follow the Apple MacBook [...]
If you ever designed and sliced a website mockup in Photoshop running on Mac OS X then you probably faced this: you have prepared the slices and you have exported them but the result looks a bit washed out, especially on Windows. This is not a misfuction or a bug as many tend to believe; [...]
Two weeks ago Steve Jobs announced “the world’s thinnest notebook”, the Macbook Air and of course we all loved it. The one thing I admire the most on the brand new Macbook Air is its trackpad. As you may know the Macbook Air comes with an extreme trackpad where you can perform a variety of [...]
Strange and weird, but true! I was totally surprised yesterday to read that the upcoming version of Internet Explorer has successfully passed the Acid2 Face test. As you understand, these good news allow web developers to reasonably hope that IE will soon become (hopefully, in a few months) a standards-compliant browser. Don’t get me wrong, [...]
After three months of absence and inactivity I am back. Every once in a while, I need a little break almost from everything in order to refresh and organize my self as well as to take a look forward in my life. A lot of things happened during the last three months. Once again, I [...]
I just received my first SMS spam message in english by “Mr. P. Chan” Att: I’m Chan from Hong Kong, I have a business proposal for you, should you be interested kindly contact me for further details email@example.com Regards Anyway, back to work Update: I keep getting these annoying messages from several persons around the [...]
My adaption process in Cyprus was smoother than I expected. After three weeks home, I feel like that I never left Cyprus despite the fact that I still get frustrated with some things. A great example of these, are ATMs which their operational mechanism has been altered recently. In fact, some ATMs provide your money [...]
After returning home this night I had a look at my web stats which are running on Cinnamon; an open-source web statistics engine that I am developing. According to Cinnamon, the number of visits has tripled during the last day while 7 visitors were online! Initially, I thought that my latest commits made Cinnamon acting [...]