Archived posts, October 2010
Sharing some WordPress tips and tricks that I have had to search for or come up with myself to get the CMS to behave the way I want it to.
How to make WordPress output a basic submenu that only expands the subtree that the current page is in and stops at the current page’s children.
Does using CSS to hide text - any text, for whatever reason - result in an automatic search engine penalty?
Internet Explorer 9 (in beta at the time of this writing), still does not let the user resize text whose size has been specified in pixels.
Browsers give visited and unvisited links different colours by default for a reason. Make sure you have a really good reason to make them look identical.
WordPress seems to like absolute URLs. For reasons of portability, download size, and general code neatness, I like root relative URLs. Here is how I make WordPress agree with me.
To make Internet Explorer 9 work when run in a virtual machine under Parallels Desktop, you may need to disable hardware acceleration. Here’s how.